The Chinese company Redmi usually debuts its Note series in the Fall of every year. Going by its schedule, the company will unveil the Redmi Note 13 in the Fall of 2023 in China. As of now, we have come across some interesting pieces of information about the high-end model of the upcoming Redmi Note 13 series. As per the information, the Redmi Note 13 Pro+ will feature a design inspired by Xiaomi 13.
The source of the recent information is a Weibo post. The post was shared by Digital Chat Station. A schematic representation of the smartphone was also shared by the same source. However, the post has now been deleted. Similar to the Xiaomi 13, the schematics show a flat screen design, flat side frames, and a camera island. The size will be the largest difference, as the Redmi Note 13 Pro+ will have a 6.7-inch display while the Xiaomi 13 has a 6.36-inch display.
In addition to this, the post indicates that the smartphone will come with MIUI 15 out of the box. This does not, however, ensure Android 14 because that is not always the case with Xiaomi upgrades. However, the smartphone might actually run on Android 14 by the time it is released to the public in January of the following year.
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