Xiaomi 13 Launch Postponed Delay China Jiang Zemin IQoo 11 Series Huawei MediaTek Dimensity 8200 Unveil Delay

Xiaomi 13 Launch Postponed Delay China Jiang Zemin IQoo 11 Series Huawei MediaTek Dimensity 8200 Unveil Delay

Handset maker Xiaomi, which was set to unveil its flagship Xiaomi 13 series, has postponed its launch. Smartphone brand iQoo has also delayed the launch of the iQoo 11 series. Chinese tech giant Huawei and chip maker MediaTek have also delayed their launches in the wake of the passing of Jiang Zemin — the former General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, a report by GSMArena has said.

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Xiaomi announced the delay in launching Xiaomi 13 lineup through a post on Weibo. However, the handset maker did not mention the reason behind the delay. Xiaomi also added that a new launch date for the Xiaomi 13 line will soon be confirmed. The Xiaomi 13 series was originally slated to launch on December 1 alongside MIUI 14, the latest iteration of Xiaomi’s custom UI, Xiaomi Buds 4 as well as the Xiaomi Watch S2.

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iQoo also posted the announcement of the delay in the launch of the iQoo 11 series on Weibo. The series was slated to be unveiled on December 2. 

Hsinchu, Taiwan-headquartered chip-making giant MediaTek also posted on its official Weibo handle that it was delaying the launch of the MediaTek Dimensity 8200 chip. The Dimensity 8200 mobile SoC was originally supposed to debut on December 1. The company has not yet confirmed a new launch date for the chipset.

Meanwhile, Xiaomi CEO, Lei Jun made a big announcement ahead of the unveiling of Xiaomi 13 earlier this week. According to Jun, Xiaomi 13’s battery life will outpace the new Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max’s battery backup, a Weibo post said. The vanilla Xiaomi 13 model is expected to pack in a 4,700mAh battery backed by 120W fast charging, the media has reported.

According to Xiaomi CEO Jun, the handset maker places more emphasis on “battery life than battery capacity”. He has also added that Xiaomi’s R&D team is trying to make a device’s battery last for up to two days. He has shown test results that highlight Xiaomi 13 scored 1.37 which is higher than the second-placed iPhone 14 Pro Max, with a score of 1.28. Another Xiaomi model on this list was the Xiaomi 12S, which got 1.24 in the test.

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