Xiaomi is yet to announce the Redmi K60 Ultra for the Chinese market, which will eventually reach other markets as Xiaomi 13T Pro, and the famous tipster Digital Chat Station offers a sneak peek of its design with some schematics. The image alone isn’t enough to gives us the full picture, but at least it gives us an idea of what to look for in the coming weeks.
The alleged Xiaomi 13T Pro is depicted with thin bezels and a centered punch-hole for the front-facing camera while the back accommodates a square-ish camera module with two large-looking camera sensors and a third small one next to them. It’s probably safe to assume that the odd one out is going to be a 2MP macro shooter. There’s no info on the two main cameras.
It’s a bit hard to tell from the dull schematics, but the sides look flat and so does the back. A bit reminiscent of the current iPhones.
According to a report from March, the device should run on Dimensity 9200 SoC and offer a 6.7-inch 144Hz OLED panel. A big battery and 100W fast charging are also on the menu.