Xiaomi Redmi 13 Tested by FCC Ahead of Launch; Imminent with Android 14 & 5000mAh Cell

Usama Rasool

Xiaomi Redmi 13 is abuzz among smartphone enthusiasts, with recent FCC certification and exclusive leaks revealing intriguing details about the newcomer. As the successor to the popular Redmi 12 series, the Redmi 13 promises to offer several upgrades while maintaining affordability.

The Redmi 13, powered by a MediaTek Helio G88 chip, will likely deliver a similar experience as its predecessor. Internally referred to as project "moon," the device bears model numbers N19A/C/E/L, indicating its global availability. Additionally, Xiaomi will release the POCO M6, a variant of the Redmi 13, with minor design differences.

Notably, the Redmi 13 and POCO M6 will run on the Android 14-based HyperOS 1.0, ensuring a smooth and efficient user interface. While exact release dates remain undisclosed, enthusiasts eagerly anticipate the unveiling of these budget-friendly smartphones in the coming few weeks.

Also, in a recent development, the Xiaomi new flagship model received FCC certification with a substantial 5,000 mAh battery, which means long-lasting usage per charge. Equipped with 33W fast charging support, people interested in this phone can expect swift recharging times, enhancing overall convenience.

While detailed specifications beyond the battery capacity remain unknown, the certification by the FCC has revealed intriguing details. The model number "24049RN28L" suggests a departure from traditional Xiaomi naming conventions, hinting at a potentially wider market reach beyond China.

As the successor to the Redmi 12 with 90Hz LCD and a MediaTek Helio G88 SoC, the Redmi 13 will likely elevate the user experience further with some unmentioned upgrades. With its blend of affordability and performance, the Redmi 13 aims to envelope the entry-level smartphone market.


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