Xiaomi 13T series pricing leaks yet again, it's at least €300 lower than the Xiaomi 13 series

Peter, 18 September 2023

Xiaomi’s new 13T series will be officially unveiled next week (September 26), but the two new phones have already leaked several times. The latest piece of unofficial info concerns the pricing again – the Xiaomi 13T and 13T Pro will be cheaper than their Xiaomi 13 counterparts.

The Xiaomi 13T in an 8GB/256GB configurations will go for €650/£550, according to Ishan Agarwal. The Xiaomi 13T Pro will start at €800/£650 for the base 12GB/256GB model and will go up to €1,000 for a 16GB/1TB phone.

For comparison, at launch the Xiaomi 13 prices in Europe were €1,000 for an 8GB/256GB phone and the 13 Pro started at €1,300 for a 12GB/256GB model.

Xiaomi 13T (leaked images) Xiaomi 13T (leaked images) Xiaomi 13T (leaked images) Xiaomi 13T (leaked images)
Xiaomi 13T (leaked images)

Agarwal’s pricing is plausible as it matches the pricing we saw from a Romanian retailer – there are differences of a few euro, but that’s due to variations in VAT across the EU.

So far Xiaomi has only confirmed that the 13T duo will get premium software support – 4 OS updates and 5 years of security patches (matching Samsung and OnePlus, for example). As for unofficial info, we’ve seen renders of both devices and know some of their specs.

Xiaomi 13T Pro (leaked images) Xiaomi 13T Pro (leaked images) Xiaomi 13T Pro (leaked images) Xiaomi 13T Pro (leaked images)
Xiaomi 13T Pro (leaked images)

Both allegedly have 6.67” 144Hz AMOLED displays (1,220 x 2,712px), 50MP main cameras, 50MP tele (50mm) and 12MP ultra wide, plus 20MP selfie modules. Both have 5,000mAh batteries too. The Pro model is getting the faster Dimensity 9200+ chipset and 120W fast charging, the vanilla model features the Dimensity 8200-Ultra and 67W charging instead.

Check back with us next week (on Tuesday) for the official reveal of the Xiaomi 13T series.



Reader comments

  • Jeik
  • 20 Sep 2023
  • 6v0

You can buy the regular 13 (brand new, with warranty) for 711€ online within the EU, the pricing Xiaomi is going for is nuts, especially when they released pretty much the same phone for less money in Asia.

Miss the days when Mi # T Pro models had all the bells and whistles, and a friendly price tag. $1000 is a bit much, especially with all the bloat/spyware this ships with

  • Anonymous
  • 20 Sep 2023
  • pfP

I'm agree that Xiaomi is less competitive than before...but still more than Apple and Samsung. 13T brings good cameras on cheaper non-flagship phones 650€... You've got a 1/1.28" sensor...iPhone 15, 15 Plus, S23 and S23 Plus h...

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