Xiaomi 13T Series with Leica-tuned Camera Array Launching on September 26:
The 13T series will be available for purchase on the date that Xiaomi formally announced. According to the information that was provided by the company through its X (formerly Twitter) account, the first public showing of the Xiaomi 13T series will take place on September 26 in Berlin, Germany. The image that the company posted on X serves as further confirmation that the 13T series will feature a camera setup tuned by Leica.
The Xiaomi 13T and the Xiaomi 13T Pro are two examples of upcoming mobile computing devices that are rumored to be a part of the 13T series. Over the past few weeks, these devices have been in the news due to the fact that they have been included on certification and benchmark lists. Instead of being introduced this past week as had been speculated, the Xiaomi 13T series will be presented to the public on September 26.
According to a post that Xiaomi’s founder and CEO Lei Jun made on the platform X, the event will take place in Berlin, Germany, and it will be live streamed on Mi.com.
According to Jun, the Xiaomi 13T was “co-engineered with Leica.” He also stated that you can anticipate Leica filters in addition to other things in the default camera app that comes preinstalled on the device. On the other hand, Jun did not reveal any information about the anticipated number of smartphones included in the lineup.
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There are rumors that the smartphones known as the 13T and the 13T Pro will be part of the 13T series. According to reports, the Pro model is a modified version of the Redmi K60 Ultra, which is also referred to as the Extreme Edition and is only available in China.
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