Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 4G Series Tipped; Exclusive European Launch, Specs, Design, and Pricing

Sohail Akhtar

Xiaomi's sub-brand, Redmi, is gearing up to make a splash in the European market. A recent leak by Appuals spilled the upcoming Redmi Note 13 series launch in the region. Notably, alongside the anticipated 5G variants, Redmi is set to unveil 4G models of the Note 13 and 13 Pro. However, they will be exclusive to the European audience according to Appuals.

The high-quality renders provide an enticing sneak peek into the design of both devices. The duo flaunts a punch-hole display, boasting a 6.67-inch AMOLED panel at an FHD+ resolution. Moreover, they have a swift 120Hz refresh and TUV Rheinland certification for blue light protection.

For durability, the Redmi Note 13 opts for Corning Gorilla Glass 3, while its Pro counterpart flexes the more scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass 5. Notably, both phones carry an IP54 rating, resistant to water splashes and dust build-up inside the ports.

Under the hood, the Redmi Note 13 4G has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 685 processor. Meanwhile, the Pro variant gets a performance boost with the MediaTek Helio G99 Ultra chip (potentially an enhanced version of the Helio G99). Paired with LPDDR4X RAM and UFS 2.0 storage, the latest Xiaomi flagship models will run MIUI 14.

The camera setups on these devices are attention-worthy. The Redmi Note 13 4G brings a 108MP primary sensor with an f/1.65 aperture, while the Pro model takes it up a notch with a staggering 200MP shooter. Both cameras benefit from Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), 8MP wide-angle lenses, and 2MP macro sensors. For selfies, they include 16MP front cameras. 

With 5000mAh batteries inside, the standard Note 13 4G backs 33W fast charging, while the Pro model races ahead with faster 67W charging. As for the price, Redmi plans to beat the competition. The Redmi Note 13 4G will start at €199. Meanwhile, the Redmi Note 13 Pro 4G will bear a €349 starter price tag. and 12GB+512GB at €399. They will be officialized in Europe on January 4th. 


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