Xiaomi follows in the footsteps of Apple and will give new colors to the Xiaomi 13 Ultra

Apparently, Xiaomi could soon present news for its latest 13 Ultra smartphone.

Two senior officials of the Chinese brand asked fans what colors they would like to see the model in. Xiaomi can thus follow in the footsteps of Apple and introduce new colors in the Xiaomi 13 Ultra.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra can win orange, yellow and blue versions

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The Xiaomi 13 Ultra will gain new colors Credit@Xiaomi

It seems that Xiaomi may have news for its 13 Ultra smartphone. The rumors arose after Lei Jun, CEO of the company, and Lu Weibing, president of the same company, asked fans for their opinion on what colors they would like to see on the smartphone.

It is recalled that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra was made available in a limited color palette: white, black and green. But after the two top officials asked for feedback from fans, rumors immediately surfaced that the Chinese brand would make new variants available with other color options.

Rumors say that the brand could launch other versions of the model in yellow (Ginkgo Yellow), blue (Starry Sky Blue) and orange (Chixia Orange). If this information is confirmed, it seems that Xiaomi decided to follow the example of Apple, which also has the habit of adding a new color to its iPhone model.

With this launch, the brand may also be responding to users’ wishes for personalization, in order to increase sales of the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, one of the most emblematic smartphones in its portfolio.

When will the Xiaomi 13 Ultra be released globally?

For now, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra is only available in the Chinese market. But Xiaomi has already confirmed that the model will be available globally, unlike its predecessor.

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Despite not yet having anticipated on what date this launch would take place, several rumors suggest that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra would cross the borders of China already in this month of May. However, this information has yet to be officially confirmed.

Remember that this is Xiaomi’s photographic model par excellence and that it will be a direct rival to the also photographic Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.

All because the Chinese model is equipped with a quad rear camera setup with a 50-megapixel primary sensor and one inch in size, ultra-wide angle, telephoto and periscope sensors also with 50-megapixel resolution.

This camera also bears the Leica stamp and still has the ability to record 8K video at 24 frames per second.

In addition, the model is also powered by the latest generation Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and a 5,000 mAh battery with support for 90-watt fast charging.

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