In these hours the first official teaser video related to the new xiaomi 13 Pro. Based on what can be seen in the video, we find that the flagship smartphone of the Chinese brand will be able to resist dust and water. In fact, it will have IP certification, although we do not know at what level.
Just a few hours away from the official debut of the series (scheduled for December 11), the Asian OEM has just shared a teaser video of the new flagship showing that the phone will come with certification against splashes of water and dust. You will probably be able to enjoy IP68 certification like the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, but it is too early to tell. The teaser was posted on the Weibo social account.
Xiaomi 13 Pro: you will enjoy IP certification
For the uninitiated, Xiaomi 13 Pro will present an updated design with a square photo module, exclusive colors in ceramic, glass and leather. There will even be Wilderness Extreme Green Edition and it will be sold in a bundle with an exclusive cover with the wrist strap, with the Watch S2 and with the Buds 4 earphones. All the devices will be colored to match the phone. It will be a special version that will be sold in few units.
The main camera will be very versatile and will be able to take pictures in all light conditions; there will also be an exclusive night mode that will make all shots crystal clear. To date, most Xiaomi phones enjoy IP53 certification, but this new flagship might receive IP68 certification which can provide more resistance and safety against water and dust. Finally, we learn that there will be 512 GB of storage and RAM of the high LPDDR5x type. Dulcis in fundo, we will have it Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 under the body.
If you want a top of the range of the Chinese brand, we suggest you buy the wonderful Xiaomi 12 5G for only €499.00 on Amazon. If you order it today, it will be at your house before Christmas.
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