At the beginning of the week, the news came that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra could be available worldwide. Although the info has not yet been officially confirmed, more and more hints of a new, international Ultra are coming. Just like today a new certification. The 3C authority (China Compulsory Certification) has certified a Xiaomi smartphone with the model number 2304FPN6DC and a charger called MDY-14-EC, which has a charging capacity of 90 watts.
Also, the certification includes a new Xiaomi tablet. According to reports, the device with the internal code 2304RP50C is the Xiaomi Pad 6. The accompanying MDY-12-EF charger supports charging rates of up to 67 watts.
If you consider how good the Xiaomi 13 Pro is in terms of chipset and camera performance, you can be extremely excited about the Xiaomi 13 Ultra. When it comes to the chipset, Xiaomi will either opt for the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 or already for the Plus version. A 1440p display and a main camera with Sony’s 1-inch IMX989 sensor and gimbal stabilization are also floating around in the rumor mill. A total of four cameras (plus selfie camera) should be on board, which also meets almost all renderings.
Xiaomi Pad 6
The Xiaomi Pad 6 is expected to launch with an 11-inch IPS LCD display with a refresh rate of up to 144Hz. However, the high refresh rate could be reserved for the Pro model. The dimensions of both tablets should be similar, but different chipsets are used. The base model is powered by the older Snapdragon 870, just like its predecessor, the Xiaomi Pad 5. The Xiaomi Pad 6 Pro relies on the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 instead.
Now that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra and Xiaomi Pad 6 are certified in China, the launch should be imminent. The last remaining certifications for the international markets will probably be completed in the next few days.