News ticker: Xiaomi 13T Pro, vivo X90s, Realme

The Xiaomi 13T Pro and the vivo X90s are about to be launched. Realme Germany is on the brink of collapse due to the dispute with Nokia.
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Xiaomi 13T Pro / Redmi K60 Ultra certified with 120 watt charging

After releasing the Redmi K60 and Redmi K60 Pro earlier this year, Xiaomi has now certified the upcoming Redmi K60 Ultra. The start in China should therefore be imminent. The Redmi K60 Ultra is rumored to be launched outside of China as the Xiaomi 13T Pro.

The new certification of the Redmi K60 Ultra comes from the Chinese 3C database. The Xiaomi smartphone appeared with the model number 23078RKD5C and charging support of up to 120 watts. The Xiaomi MDY-14-ED charger, which was also part of the scope of delivery of the Redmi K60 Pro, delivers the appropriate performance.

Both the Redmi K60 Ultra and Xiaomi 13T Pro are expected to be based on 6.67-inch OLED displays with 144Hz refresh rates. Dimensity 9200 chipsets are to take over the drive, and Xiaomi also installs three main cameras on the back.

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vivo X90s: New teaser shows green variant

vivo will launch the new flagship X90s in China on June 26th. Last week the first teaser of the vivo X90s came in white, now a new picture shows the smartphone in a light green color. However, it is still unclear if these will be the only color options or if there will be other shades.

vivo has not yet revealed any specs of the X90s. According to recent rumors the upcoming MediaTek Dimensity 9200+ chipset takes over the drive instead of the Dimensity 9200. The 6.78-inch AMOLED display is said to have a FullHD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. There is also a 4,810 mAh battery that charges with a fast 120 watts. The camera setup consists of a 50 megapixel main camera, a 12 megapixel ultra wide, a 12 megapixel telephoto lens and a 32 megapixel selfie camera.

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Realme: German business to end soon

According to a new report, Realme will soon become the fourth member of the BBK Group to leave the German market. Following last year’s ban on sales of Oppo and OnePlus and the recent shutdown of vivo Germany’s website, Realme now seems to face a similar fate.

Realme Germany officials confirmed to NextPit that the company will limit its business in Germany due to the ongoing legal battle with Nokia. The budget will move to other European markets, where Realme will continue to have a presence. However, German users will continue to receive service and software support.

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