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Redmi Note 13 Pro+ Confirmed as IP68-Rated Device by Redmi

Redmi Note 13 Pro+

Redmi has officially announced that the Redmi Note 13 Pro+ now has an IP68-Rate for protection against dust and water.

This makes it the first phone in the Redmi Note line to have this rating. Digital Chat Station, a famous Chinese leaker, says that the extra hole at the top of the Redmi Note 13 Pro+ is a pressure relief valve that is a key part of the IP68 grade for dust seal and waterproofing.

Lu Weibing, who is the General Manager of Redmi, recently wrote an in-depth piece about the three main changes that were made to the Redmi Note 13 Pro+ to get the IP68 rating.

The following changes are part of these improvements:

  1. A multi-layer screen protection, a double-layer rear cover, and sealed SIM card holder and ejector pin hole.
  2. It has Corning Gorilla Victus Glass, a strong aluminum alloy frame, stronger edges, and a thicker motherboard. Drop resistance is improved with stainless steel and polymer buffer glue.
  3. The Redmi Note 13 Pro+ passed 10 additional airtightness tests on Type-C boards, earpieces/speakers, and frame components to meet IP68 standards.

The Redmi Note 13 Pro+ has the TSMC 4nm-built Dimensity 7200 Ultra processor, which Redmi has already revealed.

The device is said to have up to 16 GB of RAM and up to 1 TB of storage on the TENAA entry. It’s likely to have a 5,120mAh battery that can be charged quickly with 120W.

Xiaomi said in past teasers that the Redmi Note 13 Pro series has a main camera sensor with 200 megapixels from Samsung HP3 Discovery Edition.

An AMOLED screen with curved edges and a 1.5K resolution is also built into the gadget. The screen can get as bright as 1800 nits, can dim at 1920Hz, and has a fingerprint reader built right in.

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