Xiaomi 13 Ultra Renders Show Clearer Picture Of Screen, Frame
We’ve seen a 3D sketch, as well as a supposed prototype, of what was alleged to be the Xiaomi 13 Ultra. While those granted hints of what the device would look like, they were far from a clear picture, no pun intended. Things have changed a bit thanks to renders of the device courtesy of serial leakster Steve H.McFly, or probably better known as OnLeaks.
The leakster shared most of the renders with Smartprix, and thanks to said renders, we have a clearer look at what the Xiaomi 13 Ultra will look like. This is the first time we’ve gotten such a clear look at the front of the device, as well as its sides, which look very reminiscent of iPhones.
Good Morning #FutureSquad!
Today, I bring you the closest and most comprehensive look at the #Xiaomi13Ultra (360° video + stunning 5K renders + dimensions) and its very weird (not to say ugly) rear panel design!
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— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) April 11, 2023
Moving back to the front, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra looks to be sporting a curved display, with the curves being on the left and right edges. The power button and volume rocker are both on the right side, which is pretty standard placements for Android phones. Ditto the fact that the left side is clean, with nothing much going on here besides the one antenna line on the top half.
Previously, the prototype device showed a slight slope at the back of the Xiaomi 13 Ultra before the massive bulge that was the camera combo module. These renders look to corroborate what we previously saw regarding said slope, as well as the quadruple sensor combo and the twin LED flash.
In addition to the renders, Smartprix also claims that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra will be first announced the company’s home market of China on 18 April. Both Xiaomi and Leica have already mentioned earlier in the month that the device will be launching in April, so the aforementioned date is not too surprising. That being said, it’s probably better to still take it with a pinch of salt until either company says something on the subject in an official capacity.
(Source: @OnLeaks / Twitter, Smartprix)
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