The Redmi K60 Ultra, which Xiaomi has not yet officially announced for the Chinese market and will eventually be sold in foreign regions as the Xiaomi 13T Pro, has been given a sneak preview of its design by renowned tipster Digital Chat Station.
Even while the image doesn't fully convey the situation, it at least provides us with a general notion of what to expect in the next days.
The front-facing camera is shown to have thin bezels and a punch-hole in the centre, and the back of the device is shown to have a camera module that resembles a square with two large-looking camera sensors and a third smaller sensor next to them.
It's probably safe to anticipate that a 2MP macro camera will be the outlier. The two main cameras are not mentioned.
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The sides and rear appear flat, however it's a little difficult to tell from the uninspiring drawings. a little like the modern iPhones.
The device should include a 6.7-inch 144Hz OLED panel and run on a Dimensity 9200 SoC, according to a March report. Additionally available are a large battery and 100W quick charging.
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