The new midrange SoC (System on a Chip) and the first smartphone that will be powered by it were confirmed by Xiaomi and Qualcomm’s well-timed announcements this week. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 SoC powers the Redmi Note 13 Pro from Xiaomi, which is a member of the Redmi Note 13 series.
Thus, the series will have two unique and noteworthy chipsets from Qualcomm and MediaTek. Let’s examine the newest information that is currently known about the impending Xiaomi midrange Android smartphone.
Redmi Note 13 series specifications
The Redmi Note 13 line of smartphones—which consists of the entry-level Redmi Note 13, the midrange Redmi Note 13 Pro, and the premium Redmi Note 13 Pro+—will formally debut on August 16. Recently, Xiaomi confirmed this.
The MediaTek Dimensity 7200 Ultra chipset, an octa-core device with two performance cores clocked at 2.80GHz each, will supply power to the Redmi Note 13 Pro Plus. The remaining six cores run at a frequency speed of 2.00GHz.
A Qualcomm Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 processor powers the Redmi Note 13 Pro. It is being announced that a new 4nm-based octa-core chipset will be available. The specific features of the new Snapdragon chipset have not been formally disclosed by Qualcomm or Xiaomi. That would undoubtedly not be achieved by the Diminish 7200 SoC.
For the Redmi Note 13 Pro and Redmi Note 13 Pro Plus models, Xiaomi has reportedly chosen an AMOLED display with 1.5K resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate.
Up to 1800 nits of brightness would be the displays’ utmost, according to Xiaomi. Additionally, the display panel has blue-light blocking filters and 1920Hz frequency dimming.
According to reports, the upcoming Xiaomi smartphones’ batteries will have a capacity that is just a little bit higher than 5000mAh. The Redmi Note 13 Pro and Redmi Note 13 Pro Plus models should deliver 667W and 120W of wired rapid charging, respectively.