Xiaomi 13 Visits 3C Certification Website Ahead of Rumoured Launch Later this Year

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Xiaomi recently launched the 12S series in China. The company kept its 12S series flagship smartphones exclusive to its home country. The Xiaomi 13, however, is likely to launch globally. According to the rumour mill, the Xiaomi 13 series will debut in China in November or December 2022. The global launch, however, will take place some time next year. The launch seems to be imminent as the 13 series has been spotted on the 3C website.

The listing on the 3C certification website confirms the fast charging details of the flagship smartphone. Let’s take a look at the Xiaomi 13 specifications, features and other details.

Xiaomi 13 3C

The vanilla Xiaomi 13 could be the entry-level flagship offering in the series, which is expected to be officially unveiled by the end of this year. Xiaomi has not confirmed any details about the launch. Meanwhile, the 3C listing reveals that the vanilla Xiaomi 13 will have the model number 2211133C. The device is likely to launch in November alongside the 13 Pro. 

As per the 3C listing, the vanilla model comes with 67W fast charging support. Considering the 12S and the Xiaomi 12 also featured 67W fast charging support, the upcoming baseline model is not getting any upgrades here.

Recently, an alleged live image of the phone leaked, which showed a new camera module design. The phone is likely to feature a triple-camera setup on the back and could support laser autofocus.

There will be a 6.3-inch Full HD+ or a 1.5K resolution AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate support. The phone is also likely to feature a 50MP main camera sensor. Considering the phone has a compact form factor, we can expect it to pack a 4500mAh – 4700mAh battery. It is also likely to run Android 13-based MIUI 13 or even MIUI 14 out of the box. Other details of the vanilla model are unknown at the moment. We will share more details as and when available. Meanwhile, let us know your thoughts about the upcoming Xiaomi flagship phones in the comments below.