Redmi Note 13 Pro series will launch globally next month

Xiaomi announced its Redmi Note 13 series back in September. At that time, we did not know when to expect those phones to reach global markets, now we do. The Redmi Note 13 Pro series will launch globally next month.

The Redmi Note 13 Pro series is expected to launch globally next month

Do note that I said the Redmi Note 13 Pro series, not the Redmi Note 13 series. That’s because the company’s teaser mentions the Pro devices only. So, for the moment, we’ll assume that that’s all we’re getting, even though the vanilla phone will likely launch too.

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This confirmation was for India specifically, but the European markets will likely get the phone around the same time. That’s usually the case when it comes to the Redmi Note series, so… there you go.

Back in September, Xiaomi announced three Redmi Note 13 devices. The company introduced the Redmi Note 13, Redmi Note 13 Pro, and the Redmi Note 13 Pro+. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 Pro+ was the most powerful device, and that’s the one that Xiaomi teased during a recent India event.

The Redmi Note 13 Pro+ does look like a premium device

The Redmi Note 13 Pro+ looks like a premium phone. It has very thin bezels, a curved display, and a clean-looking backplate. The device includes the MediaTek Dimensity 7200 Ultra chip, which is a very capable 4nm processor.

It also includes up to 16GB of RAM in China, and a 6.67-inch 120Hz display with a 1,800 nits peak brightness. On top of all that, a 5,000mAh battery is included with 120W charging support, and the included charger.

Even the main camera doesn’t look half-bad, it’s a 200-megapixel unit from Samsung. The ultrawide and macro cameras on the back do not look too impressive, but Xiaomi had to cut costs somewhere.

In any case, the Redmi Note 13 Pro+ does seem like a compelling mid-range package, and that device will be coming to global markets for sure, based on the company’s teaser. In fact, the aforementioned India event was shot on that phone, in its entirety.