While its pretty much given at this point that the Redmi K60 Ultra will eventually debut globally as the Xiaomi 13T series, it seems that the vanilla models will have a lot of differences from the Pro model based on an unboxing video that recently surfaced on YouTube.
The video may be in Spanish, but it gave almost all of the information we want to know about the Xiaomi 13T. For starters, it will be powered by a Dimensity 8200 Ultra processor, which means that the Dimensity 9200+ found on the Redmi K60 Ultra is meant for the Pro model instead.
It does look similar to the Redmi K60 Ultra design-wise, but the Xiaomi 13T is getting a different set of cameras: 50-megapixel IMX707 for the main camera, 13-megapixel OV13B10 for the ultra-wide camera, and a 50-megapixel OV50D for the telephoto camera–which we presume has a 2x optical zoom. Selfies, on the other hand, are taken care of by a 20-megapixel IMX596 sensor. There’s no Leica branding on the Xiaomi 13T, which might mean that it will be exclusive to the Pro model.
Like last year’s Xiaomi 12T, you get a 5000mAh battery with support for 67w charging–120w charging remains exclusive to the Pro model. The video also adds that the phone is a global version, so we expect the Philippines to get the same configuration.
Xiaomi is expected to reveal more about the 13T series on September 1.