The upcoming Xiaomi 13 renders reveal that the company is moving in a different design direction for its next generation premium series. According to these renders by CompareDial and OnLeaks, the Xiaomi 13 will have flat sides as well as a flat display.
The new design direction is all too familiar and currently in vogue thanks to the recent iPhone generations. The front of the phone has a flat surface and sharp edges with minimal bezel along with a centrally-located hole punch camera up top.
Meanwhile, the sides of the phone have also been flattened to create a somewhat boxy, slab-like appearance. Unlike the iPhone, however, the back glass still has a slight curve around the edges so it should be a bit easier to hold.
The camera island has also been updated, once again to the familiar large square shape with lenses populating three of the four corners.
We also have dimensions; the phone will measure 152.8 x 71.5 x 8.3 mm. The camera bump takes it to 10.3mm of thickness. The phone is also reported to be running on the latest generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip.
The Xiaomi 13 is expected to launch this month. For more images and a 360-degree 3D render, check the link below.
Iphone eventually copies 99.9% of the software and hardware features that android phones have had for years. Other phone companies copy one aesthetic feature that apple got right and all of a sudden everyone loses their freakin minds!
Remember when Samsung copied iphone and now it is among the top phone selling brand. Xiaomi is doing the same and i'm sure this will work.