An early report on the Redmi K60 Ultra claimed that it will use the Dimensity 9200, but the phone will be powered by the Dimensity 9200+ instead. The plus version of the chip runs its Cortex-X3 core at 3.35GHz, the three A715 cores at 3.0GHz and the four A510 cores at 2.0GHz (up from 3.05/3.0/1.8GHz on the non-plus version).
Xiaomi Redmi K60 Ultra (23078RKD5C) scorecard from Geekbench 6.1.0
These are exactly the numbers seen in this Geekbench 6.1.0 result for the Xiaomi 23078RKD5C, which is presumed to be the K60 Ultra. The motherboard is listed as “corot” – this code name is shared with the Xiaomi 13T Pro, so the two phones must be related (more details on the 13T Pro here).
This particular Redmi K60 Ultra ran Android 13 and was equipped with 16GB of RAM (the base version should have 12GB). Few results have wildly varying single and multi-threaded scores, so the software is likely far from ready for release.
The K60 Ultra is expected to have a 6.7” OLED display with a 144Hz refresh rate and 1.5K resolution. The battery capacity should be 5,000mAh or 5,500mAh, and the device was recently certified for 120W fast charging. The Xiaomi 13T Pro name will likely be used outside of China.
By the way, the Redmi K60 Ultra announcement is expected to be a part of a larger event, bringing the Xiaomi Mix Fold 3, Xiaomi Pad 6 Max and the Redmi Pad 2.
The Xiaomi Pad 6 Max will earn its name by becoming the company’s first 14” tablet, according to Digital Chat Station. This is up from the 11” display on the Pad 6 Pro (2,880 x 1,800px). DCS says that the Max version will be powered b the same Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset as the Pro.
The 11” Xiaomi Pad 6 Pro
The rest should be more or less the same, too, meaning a 144Hz IPS LCD with stylus support, 50MP rear and 20MP front cameras, quad speakers and a large, fast charging battery (the Pro has 8,600mAh capacity, but that will probably be scaled up for the Max). Note that the Pro model is unavailable outside of China, so there is a chance that the Max won’t be either.