Xiaomi's eagerly awaited 13T series, set to be officially unveiled on September 26, has been the subject of numerous leaks leading up to its debut. The most recent leak centers around pricing, and it brings good news for prospective buyers—the Xiaomi 13T and 13T Pro are poised to be more budget-friendly compared to their predecessors in the Xiaomi 13 series including Xiaomi 13 Pro.
According to information shared by Ishan Agarwal, the Xiaomi 13T, available in an 8GB/256GB configuration, will be priced at €650/£550. Meanwhile, the Xiaomi 13T Pro will have a starting price of €800/£650 for the base 12GB RAM / 256GB storage model, with the top-tier 16GB/1TB variant reaching €1,000.
To provide context, the original Xiaomi 13 series debuted in Europe with a price tag of €1,000 for an 8GB/256GB model, while the 13 Pro started at €1,300 for a 12GB/256GB version.
Agarwal's leaked pricing aligns closely with figures seen from a Romanian retailer, with slight variations attributed to differences in VAT rates across the European Union.
While Xiaomi has officially confirmed that the 13T series will receive premium software support, promising 4 OS updates and 5 years of security patches, unofficial details about the devices have also emerged. Both models are rumored to feature 6.67-inch 144Hz AMOLED displays with a resolution of 1,220 x 2,712 pixels. They are equipped with 50MP main cameras, 50MP telephoto lenses (50mm), 12MP ultra-wide lenses, and 20MP selfie cameras. Additionally, both devices are powered by 5,000mAh batteries. The Pro variant will boast the faster Dimensity 9200+ chipset and 120W fast charging, while the standard model will feature the Dimensity 8200-Ultra and 67W charging.
Stay tuned for the official unveiling of the Xiaomi 13T series next week on Tuesday, where more details about these budget-friendly smartphones will be revealed.