Last night, Xiaomi released their latest flagship phones, the Mi 13, Mi 13 Pro, and Mi 13 Lite, in overseas markets. While the Mi 13 and Mi 13 Pro have already been launched in China, the Mi 13 Lite is actually a rebranding of the Mi Civi 2.0 version.
At the MWC, Xiaomi announced that they had partnered up with Qualcomm and Leica to equip their phones with the latest technology. Additionally, Google made a surprise appearance on stage to announce a strengthening of its cooperation with Xiaomi. As all of the phones in the Mi 13 series feature Snapdragon processors and the flagship Mi 13 and Mi 13 Pro are equipped with Leica-branded camera systems, it was a natural fit for Xiaomi to secure these partnerships.
One exciting aspect of the Google and Xiaomi partnership is that buyers of the Mi 13 and Mi 13 Pro will receive six months of free Google One service, which includes the popular Magic Eraser function. This function, which allows users to remove unwanted objects or people from their photos using artificial intelligence, has previously only been available to Pixel phone users.
In addition to the free Google One service, international buyers of the Mi 13 and Mi 13 Pro will also receive six months of free YouTube Premium service, which is three months longer than what is offered to Pixel 7 users. Xiaomi has also promised a one-year labor-free maintenance service, three-generation system upgrades, and five-year security updates for these two flagship models.
It should be noted that these discounts are only available for the Mi 13 and Mi 13 Pro, and do not extend to the mid-range Mi 13 Lite. With the latest release, Xiaomi has once again demonstrated its commitment to providing customers with the best technology and user experience possible.