This morning, the blogger Digital Chat Station brought the latest news of a Snapdragon 8 Gen2 flagship, which should be the Xiaomi Mi 13 series. According to reports, the prototype of the Xiaomi Mi 13 series has tested a new imaging solution, including a 50-megapixel super-large bottom main camera + a high-pixel medium telephoto solution. The telephoto magnification is not high but the usability is relatively high.
More importantly, this time, Xiaomi Mi 13 will add main camera fusion technology and new hardware-level algorithms, and the new hardware-level algorithms are likely to be completed by relying on the Surging C2 ISP chip. In fact, the Surging C2 ISP chip is already installed on the Xiaomi Mi 12S Ultra. You can see this huge chip by disassembling the phone. The surface is also printed with the Xiaomi logo and the words C2.
However, at this stage, Xiaomi seems to have not been completely adjusted, and there is no publicity at present. It should be pushed through OTA after the adaptation is completed to unlock the corresponding functions and performance.
As for the Xiaomi Mi 13 series, in addition to the new Snapdragon chip, it was previously revealed that it will continue to be equipped with a 2K 120Hz flexible curved screen, and this time it is likely to be equipped with an LTPO adaptive refresh rate as standard.
More importantly, there is also news that Xiaomi Mi 13 may be built into a model with a four-sided equal-width design, which will bring a great visual bonus. It is reported that this year, the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 will be released ahead of schedule in November, and the Xiaomi Mi 13, as the first-tier candidate for the launch, is also expected to debut in November.
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