Xiaomi 13T Pro renders confirm Redmi K60 Ultra rebrand

The global version reportedly has a different camera setup!

Earlier this week, Redmi K60 Ultra was launched in the Chinese market with MediaTek Dimensity 9200+ chipset, 120W charging, a 1.5K 144Hz OLED display, and more. Last year, the Redmi K50 Ultra was launched outside China as the Xiaomi 12T Pro with some changes in the camera hardware. This year too, Xiaomi is going to do the same rebranding. Today, the Xiaomi 13T Pro renders were shared by MySmartPrice, confirming the reports of it being a rebrand of the Redmi K60 Ultra.

Xiaomi 13T Pro renders

Regarding the design changes, the phone says “Xiaomi” on the rear instead of “Redmi.” There is also a new Blue color option with a leather texture on the back. The camera module has the “LEICA” branding, which the K60 Ultra lacks.

The rest of the design remains identical to the Redmi K60 Ultra.

Like last year, the Xiaomi 13T Pro specifications are the same as Redmi K60 Ultra’s but with some changes in the camera hardware. According to Kacper Skrzypek on Twitter, while the Redmi K60 Ultra has a 1/1.49″ 54MP Sony IMX800 sensor for the primary camera, the 13T Pro has a 1/1.28″ 50MP Sony IMX707 sensor. So, the primary camera has a larger sensor on the global version. Last year, the Sony IMX707 was used in the Xiaomi 12S & Xiaomi 12S Pro.

The Xiaomi 13T Pro has a 13MP Omnivision OV13B sensor for the ultrawide camera, compared to an 8MP sensor on the K60 Ultra.

Finally, the 13T Pro has a third telephoto camera (3X?) with a 50MP Omnivision OV50D sensor, compared to a 2MP macro camera on the K60 Ultra.

Xiaomi 13T Pro renders

And well, those are the only reported differences between the K60 Ultra & 13T Pro so far.

Assuming the rest of the specifications are the same, the Xiaomi 13T Pro has a 6.67-inch 1.5K 12-bit OLED display with up to 144Hz refresh rate, Dolby Vision, HDR10+, and a peak brightness of 2600 nit. The battery is 5,000mAh, and the phone supports 120W fast wired charging. The Dimensity 9200+ chip handles the performance, and the phone runs on MIUI 14, based on Android 13.