Xiaomi today has officially unveiled the design of its upcoming Redmi Note 13 Pro series via Weibo. As you may recall, the company released a series of teasers surrounding the line-up earlier this week, which revealed some of its key specifications such as its camera system and onboard chipset.
Revealed in a new set of images are the designs of two models from the series, namely the Redmi Note 13 Pro+ and the Redmi Note 13 Pro. The former is shown to sport a curved display with a camera cutout, as well as a textured rear panel with a four-tone colour scheme and a triple camera setup. Xiaomi also noted that that the screen on this particular variant comes with Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protection
The latter, on the other hand, is depicted featuring a flat display, a flat-edged frame, and what appears to be a glass back. Unlike its sibling, the triple camera setup on the regular Pro model is arranged within a square island. One of the images provided which features both phones together suggests that the duo may share similar display sizes.
Unfortunately, Xiaomi is still keeping most of the series’ specifications under wraps at this time. To recap the previous teasers, it was previously revealed that the upcoming Redmi Note 13 Pro models will be the first smartphones to feature MediaTek’s latest mid-range Dimensity 7200-Ultra 5G chipset, while their camera systems are helmed by Samsung’s 200MP ISOCELL sensor.
The Redmi Note 13 Pro series is set to launch in China on 21 September 2023. Further details such as its pricing and so on are expected to be revealed by Xiaomi by then. There’s still no word on an international release for the line-up at this time.
(Source: Xiaomi / Redmi [Weibo])