Earlier this week, we heard the Xiaomi 13 Ultra might be going global, and while this isn’t officially confirmed, we do know such a phone exists and is nearing its launch. The device with model number 2304FPN6DC was certified at 3C (China Compulsory Certification) with an MDY-14-EC adapter that allows 90W charging.

Another device was also certified, and reports are the 2304RP50C is the tablet Xiaomi Pad 6, certified with an MDY-12-EF charger, which supports up to 67W rates.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra and Xiaomi Pad 6 at 3C Xiaomi 13 Ultra and Xiaomi Pad 6 at 3C

The Xiaomi 13 Ultra is expected to be a beast of a flagship, given how impressive the Xiaomi 13 Pro is. The chipset is obviously going to be Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 or perhaps its plus version, and leaksters suggested a 1440p display, a four-camera setup with the huge 1” Sony IMX989 sensor behind the main shooter with gimbal stabilization.

The Pad 6 is expected to come with an 11” IPS LCD and up to 144Hz refresh rate, which might be reserved for a Pro model. Tipsters suggested similar size, but different chipsets, with the vanilla sticking to a dated Snapdragon 870, while the Pad 6 Pro could be launching with SD8+ Gen 1.

Since the devices are already certified, a launch should be nearing, and we will follow official channels and report once there are more details.


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