According to DCS, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra’s rear panel has multiple holes for its cameras and sensors. He revealed that the device would be equipped with a quad-camera setup, which will have a 1-inch Sony IMX989 main camera.
If this leak turns out to be true and we see a Xiaomi 13 Ultra reveal on the horizon, we’re certainly interested in what innovations it may bring. There’s still quite a lot of mileage until we get to April, so we’ll have to hang tight for the time being, or until more details surface.
And that’s about it! Aside from slight differences, such as a slightly larger battery on the 12S Ultra. But the point is that most of these differences we can already note as factual when comparing the Xiaomi 13 and the Xiaomi 13 Pro.
Xiaomi 13 camera details leaked
The leak also suggests that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra will be equipped with gimbal stabilisation. All four cameras will have support for PDAF autofocus. In addition, there will be a dToF (Direct Time-of-Flight) sensor. Unfortunately, the leak has no information on the other specifications of the device.
As of now, it’d be pretty hard to imagine a potential Xiaomi 13 Ultra, which could offer the same amount of improvements as to earn an “upgrade” compared to the Xiaomi 13 Pro. That, however, is precisely what makes the tech industry so intriguing.
Would a Xiaomi 13 Ultra be an upgrade to the Xiaomi 13 Pro?
Now, that isn’t to say that it would be the first model out of the line to leave mainland China. The Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro are already being prepped for a global launch next month at MWC 2023 in Barcelona.
Well, even after the release event, those rumors haven’t disappeared. A Chinese leaker on Weiboo pointed out that a third phone, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, may be unveiled this April and that it may even have a global launch.