It appears that Xiaomi is in the final stages of developing the Xiaomi 13T Pro, which is rumoured to be available in some requests as the Redmi K60 Ultra. Sporting a MediaTek Dimensity 9200 Plus chipset and 16 GB of RAM, the Xiaomi 13T Pro will putatively launch in September with Android 13, not Android 14.
MySmartPrice believes that it has discovered the Xiaomi 13T Pro on Geekbench, one- half of the Xiaomi 13T series. For reference, Geekbench doesn't relate to the Xiaomi 13T Pro by its retail name, mirroring a recent Nothing Phone( 2) table. rather, the benchmarking database lists the unreleased Xiaomi smartphone as' 23078PND5G', a model number first seen in April on IMEI databases associated with the name Xiaomi 13T Pro.
Geekbench also suggests that the Xiaomi 13T Pro will calculate on the Dimensity 9200, which MediaTek unveiled two months agone. Identifiable by its timepiece pets and" ARM device 65 armature 8 variant 1 part 3406 modification 0" identifier, the Dimensity 9200 features ARM Cortex- A510, Cortex- A715 and Cortex- X3 CPU cores clocked at 2 GHz, 3 GHz and3.35 GHz, independently. Apropos, Vivo lately blazoned its own Dimensity 9200 powered smartphone, which it sells as the Vivo X90s.
Also, Geekbench outlines that Xiaomi has equipped 23078PND5G with 16 GB of RAM, putting the Xiaomi 13T Pro on par with the peak RAM capacity of the Xiaomi 13 Ultra. also, 23078PND5G runs Android 13, although it's rumoured to arrive after Google finalises Android 14. presently, Xiaomi is anticipated to launch the Xiaomi 13T and Xiaomi 13T Pro by September 1. By discrepancy, the Xiaomi 13T Pro is rumoured to arrive in China as the Redmi K60 Ultra.