Leak Reveals Xiaomi 13 Ultra’s Price in China

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Xiaomi 12S Ultra had one of the best smartphone cameras and yet it was exclusive to the Chinese market. Cut to now, we have solid proof that its successor – Xiaomi 13 Ultra, will make it to China and Global markets making its alleged debut on April 18. Although the launch date remains to be seen, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra pricing has caught our eyes that given us a context on what pricing we can expect for the upcoming juggernaut.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra Pricing (Rumored)

The base variant stacks up a configuration of 8GB plus 256GB and is rumored to fetch pricing of CNY 6,299. It is equivalent to $916 as per the current conversion rate. If it turns out to be true, this would make Xiaomi 13 Ultra a bit pricier than Xiaomi 12S Ultra by CNY299.

Moving on, the 12GB plus 512GB packs in a pricing tag of CNY 6,799 ($988), and finally, we have a 16GB+512GB variant at CNY 7,499 which equates to $1,090. The 1TB variant could target pricing of CNY7,999 as per the progression.

The listing that contains these pricing doesn’t mention Xiaomi 13 Ultra specifically but it does have a codename “M1” which could be for 13 Ultra. Again, this pricing is not official and thus, take it with a pinch of salt.

The pricing in China and Global markets can differ. The abovementioned pricing is specifically for the Chinese market converted to USD for context. However, it is seldom how pricing in different markets works for any smartphone brand.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra Specifications (Rumored)

Xiaomi 13 Ultra is speculated to arrive with a 6.7″ 120Hz LTPO Quad HD+ E6 AMOLED panel. There’s an under-the-display fingerprint scanner onboard as well.

Cameras are at the helm for Xiaomi 13 Ultra and thus, we can say it is the best. Xiaomi has partnered with Leica for its setup. There’s a 1″ Sony IMX989 50MP primary snapper that we have seen with Xiaomi 13 Pro. The rear contraption includes four 50MP snappers tuned by Leica that should give a splendid camera performance irrespective of the difficulties of any shots.

We have Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC under the hood paired with up to 16GB LPDDR5X RAM and 512GB or 1TB of UFS 4.0 storage. A 4,900mAh battery sits under the hood alongside 90W fast charging and 50W wireless fast charging supported on the device. Android 13 powered MIUI 14 handles the software front on the device.

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