Leaks point to the possibility of a Xiaomi 13T variant incorporating Leica branding.

The Xiaomi 13T is set to be the global variant of the Redmi K60 Ultra, offering nearly identical specs.

Interestingly, Xiaomi plans to introduce two distinct versions of the Xiaomi 13T this time, as revealed by the tipster @Sudhanshu Ambhore.

One will be a Leica-branded variant, primarily available in Europe, while the other will be a standard version. Although specific details are limited, we expect both models to share similar specifications.

In the latest render, we can see a slightly different camera module for the Leica-branded version, and overall camera improvements are anticipated compared to the Redmi K60 Ultra.

In terms of expected specifications, previous leaks suggest the smartphone will come in Black and Mint color options. It will feature a 6.67-inch OLED display with a high 144Hz refresh rate and a sharp resolution of 1220×2712 pixels.

The device will sport a substantial 5000 mAh battery with 120W fast charging support and an IP68 rating for water and dust resistance.

Under the hood, the Xiaomi 13T is expected to house the MediaTek Dimensity 9200 Plus flagship SoC, paired with a generous 16GB of RAM and a capacious 1TB of storage.

Leaks point to the possibility of a Xiaomi 13T variant incorporating Leica branding.

There might also be a variant with a Dimensity 8200 Ultra chipset, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage. Unfortunately, there won’t be a microSD card slot or a 3.5mm audio jack.

Regarding the camera setup, it’s expected to closely resemble that of the Redmi K60 Ultra, but there could be some improvements, as recent claims suggest.

In terms of pricing, the Xiaomi 13T may be available in the UK for £549, while the Xiaomi 13T Pro, equipped with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, could launch at a price point of £699.

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