Recently, Lei Jun announced on the X platform (formerly Twitter) that the Mi 14 series will be launched globally on February 25 and released a poster.
According to foreign media, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will also be unveiled at the press conference. The speculation stems from the poster’s background, which highlights the device’s unique camera module.
In the domestic market, the Mi 14 and Mi 14 Pro have been the first to hit the market and are hailed as the world’s first phones equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen3. Both models have been upgraded in specifications, equipped with Leica cameras, and performance is better.
According to relevant Revelations, the Mi 14 Ultra continues the appearance design of the Mi 14 Pro to a certain extent, and the front will use a full depth micro curved screen, with a resolution of 2K, and the shape is a middle dig hole.
The hardware will be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen3 flagship mobile platform, and may be the Snapdragon 8 Gen3 “overclocked version”, using TSMC’s N4P process, and has a new 1+5+2 architecture design.
In addition, the image specifications of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will be a higher level, which will use the SONY LYT900 sensor, which is an upgraded version of the IMX989, with a 1-inch super bottom, is SONY’s current strongest 1-inch main camera, and upgrade to support DCG double conversion gain, support for multi-speed variable aperture, Adjustable between f/1.6-f/4.0.
Two telephoto lenses are available, a 50 megapixel 3.2X vertical telephoto lens and a 50 megapixel 5X periscope telephoto lens.
It is worth mentioning that after a number of digital bloggers broke the news that Xiaomi 14 Ultra will increase in price, 1TB version or sell more than 7,000 yuan.