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Xiaomi announces Redmi 13C 5G with new chip, 50 MP dual camera



Xiaomi introduced the Redmi 13C 5G – an affordable smartphone with next-gen cellular connectivity, a 50 MP main camera and an interesting design of the back panel with starry elements. The phone differs from the LTE-only Redmi 13C, in both the chipset and camera departments.

The Redmi 13C 5G has a 6.74” LCD with HD+ resolution and a 90 Hz refresh rate. The panel does not allow an under-display fingerprint scanner, so the sensor is embedded in the power key on the right-hand side, below the volume rocker.

The chipset is a Dimensity 6100+ with an octa-core CPU, reaching 2.2 GHz speeds…



Article Source: Gizbot

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