Xiaomi 13 Ultra will use USB 3.x interface instead of same USB 2.0 protocol

Xiaomi Mi 13 ultra launch

Yesterday, Xiaomi and Leica together announced that Leica’s imaging flagship device will be released in China and Global markets this month. Therefore, the upcoming Xiaomi 13 Ultra will debut with lots of outstanding functionalities and one of them could be the use of a USB 3.x interface.

As per the information, mass production for the next flagship has now begun and the exposed packaging of the device is marked with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage specifications. At the same time, the tipster also claims that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra is going to abandon the “Wannian” USB 2.0 interface protocol and use the 3.x interface.

Although the specific agreement has not yet been clarified, but it could be USB 3.0 or 3.1. However, this is also one of the biggest regrets of the previous generation’s high-end devices, especially as a top video flagship, this is indeed a place that will affect the user experience most, but things are seeming to change now.

The new generation of devices is equipped with MIUI 14 and it can be said that the biggest problems of the previous generation have been now perfectly solved. Consequently, the most anticipated thing of the upcoming device is the video part, as the smartphone is said to be Leica’s imaging flagship.

It will bring the latest optical system solution for mobile imaging that has never been seen before, and Leica’s most perfect Summicron lens in the field of mobile imaging so far. Different mobile phone lenses from wide-angle to telephoto have achieved consistency for the first time. Excellent optics.

In addition, Xiaomi 13 Ultra will not only have a 1-inch super-outsole main camera but will also be equipped with variable aperture technology.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra USB 3.x interface

USB 3.1 Interface

USB 3.1 interface is the most used version of the USB (Universal Serial Bus) standard, which is used for connecting computers and electronic devices. It is capable of data transfer speeds up to 10Gbps, and while it can use the USB-C connector type, it can also use a variety of other connector types.

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