Redmi 13 is certified with a 5,000 mAh battery

Redmi’s Note 13 series is quite extensive, consisting of no fewer than seven devices, but the Xiaomi sub-brand is not finished with the number 13 yet, it seems. It is in fact working on the Redmi 13 (without “Note”), a cheaper model compared to the Notes.

The Redmi 13 has been certified by the FCC and has also been spotted on an IMEI database. It will run HyperOS 1.0 out of the box, with Android 14 underneath.

redmi 12
redmi 12

The phone comes with a 5,000mAh battery, which can be charged at up to 33W. The battery is certified with a nominal capacity of 4,930mAh, which should top out at a marketed “typical” capacity of 5,000mAh.

No other specifications were revealed during the certification process, but we do know the model number: 24049RN28L, which is strange because it doesn’t end in “C” (for China), “G” (for global markets), or “I” (for USA) as Xiaomi/Redmi/Poco model numbers usually do. For the time being, it is still unclear where exactly it will launch. However, given the FCC certification, it’s pretty much a given that this won’t be limited to China.

The Redmi 13 will be the successor to the redmi 12, which was released last June. It came with a 6.79-inch 90 Hz LCD display, the MediaTek Helio G88 SoC, 2/4/6/8 GB RAM, 128/256 GB storage, a 50 MP main rear camera flanked by an 8 MP ultrawide and a 2MP macro camera, an 8MP selfie snapper and a 5,000mAh battery with support for 18W wired charging.


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