- The Xiaomi 14 Ultra is definitely on the cards, but it will arrive a little later
- The equipment will be stepped on: Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, 200 Mpx camera and more
The Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi launched its 14 flagship series, namely the basic model and the upgraded Xiaomi 14 Pro. However, the most demanding customers are waiting for the introduction of one more model – the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, which will overshadow not only the Xiaomi 14, but also the competition with its equipment. When will he arrive?
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When will the Xiaomi 14 Ultra be released?
According to new information, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will indeed arrive, but only slightly behind its less equipped colleagues. According to Weibo leaks shared by well-known tipster Digital Chat Station, the Ultra won’t appear until the first quarter of 2024.
However, the equipment will be truly stunning. The phone should have a 6.67-inch AMOLED display with a 2K+ resolution (1,440 × 3,200 pixels) and a high refresh rate of up to 144 Hz. Of course, the HyperOS system will be based on Android 14.
Inside, the laptop has an extremely powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset with 3nm architecture and a high clock rate of 3.2 GHz. It has 12 or up to 16 GB of RAM (LPDDR5X type) and storage of 256 or 512 GB or up to 1 TB. The battery with a capacity of 5,000 mAh should support fast charging up to 120 W, there will also be charging without a cable.
Great 200Mpx camera
There is also a lot of talk about the Xiaomi 14 Ultra camera. Unlike the Xiaomi 14 and 14 Pro, the Ultra will offer a 200Mpx main camera with a one-inch Sony LYT900 chip and support for a Leica Summilux f/1.42-4.0 lens.
In addition, the Ultra should also offer a 50 Mpx ultra-wide-angle camera, a 50 Mpx telephoto lens and a periscopic sensor with at least 5x zoom without loss of quality.
Of course, there is also speculation about availability. The Ultra model from Xiaomi’s flagship line arrived in the Czech Republic practically only once. The rest of the models remained exclusive to the Chinese market, or other associated Asian markets.
The price also depends on this. For example, last year’s model entered the Chinese market with a price of 5,999 yuan, i.e. about 23,000 crowns including VAT. But the real price on the European market would certainly be well over 30,000 crowns.
Preview photo source: courtesy of Xiaomi, source: Gizchina