Although these figures can give us an approximation, especially if we take into account the trends of previous models, we do not know at what price will exactly reach the Spanish market. However, we are going to comment on the filtered prices so that you get an idea of what to expect.
Xiaomi 13 prices in China
The Chinese resource MyDrivers has published a picture on which you can see all versions of Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro with prices in yuan, which is logical considering that the first sales of these mobiles are going to be China despite the fact that they will be launched in the global market.
The other prices are the following:
- Xiaomi 13 with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB: 4,299 yuan (586 euros)
- Xiaomi 13 with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB: 4,599 yuan (626 euros)
- Xiaomi 13 with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB: 4899 yuan (667 euros)
- Xiaomi 13 with 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of memory: 5,399 yuan (736 euros)
- Xiaomi 13 Pro with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of memory: 5,299 yuan (722 euros)
- Xiaomi 13 Pro with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of memory: 5,999 yuan (818 euros)
- Xiaomi 13 Pro with 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of memory: 6,499 yuan (886 euros)
What you are going to have to pay for them in the end, taking into account the model in question, makes us think that could be a bestseller at the time of its release.
Rumors suggest that there will be special versions of Xiaomi 13 more expensive than usual, something that we must also take into account.
Maintaining prices from last year
At the time of its release, the prices of its predecessors were as follows depending on its configuration:
- Xiaomi 12 8 GB of RAM with 128 GB: 799.99 euros
- Xiaomi 12 Pro 8 of RAM with 256 GB: 899.99 euros
- Xiaomi 12 Pro 8 RAM with 128 GB: 999.99 euros
- Xiaomi 12 Pro 12 of RAM with 256 GB: 1099 euros
We can see that having more combinations of RAM and memory when introducing new models with a storage of 512 GB there is more purchase options.
If we compare them with their predecessors at the time of their launch, surely they maintain the prices, for the price that we can know so far from China and does not take into account Spanish taxes. Nevertheless, these are just assumptions and until they land in Spain, we cannot consider anything closed. In addition, we must take into account inflation, something that could have a serious effect.