Xiaomi 14 Ultra

Xiaomi 14 Ultra renders surface ahead of launch, reveal Leica optics and leather back panel

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • The Xiaomi 14 Ultra renders show the phone will be available in Black and White/silver colours.
  • The phone will come with Leica quad-camera sensors and a leather back panel.
  • Xiaomi 14 Ultra is expected to launch on February 25th.

Xiaomi has scheduled an event for February 25th where it will be launching the Xiaomi 14 series. The lineup could include the standard Xiaomi 14 and probably Xiaomi 14 Ultra. This will arrive as a successor to the Xiaomi 13 Ultra and recent leaks have revealed quite a bit. Now, while we wait for the announcement, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra high-resolution images have surfaced online, courtesy of MySmartPrice.


Xiaomi 14 Ultra renders leak online

  • Xiaomi 14 Ultra renders shared by MySmartPriceshow the complete design and possibly the colour options.
  • The flagship can be seen in Black and White/Silver colour options.
  • On the front, you have a tiny punch-hole cutout at the centre to house the selfie shooter.
  • The phone will also have extremely narrow bezels to offer a full-screen experience on the front with no black bars.
  • The Xiaomi 14 Ultra also seem to have flat edges but with subtle curves on the side, which indicates a possibility of a 2.5D quad-micro curve display.
  • There is a large circular module on the back panel and this houses quad-cameras powered by Leica and two LED flash cutouts. The circular ring has a gold-coloured casing around it.

Xiaomi has scheduled an event for February 25th where it will be launching the Xiaomi 14 series. The lineup could include the standard Xiaomi 14 and probably Xiaomi 14 Ultra. This will arrive as a successor to the Xiaomi 13 Ultra and recent leaks have revealed quite a bit. Now, while we wait for the announcement, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra high-resolution images have surfaced online, courtesy of MySmartPrice.

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Xiaomi 14 Ultra renders leak online


  • Xiaomi 14 Ultra renders shared by MySmartPriceshow the complete design and possibly the colour options.
  • The flagship can be seen in Black and White/Silver colour options.
  • On the front, you have a tiny punch-hole cutout at the centre to house the selfie shooter.
  • The phone will also have extremely narrow bezels to offer a full-screen experience on the front with no black bars.
  • The Xiaomi 14 Ultra also seem to have flat edges but with subtle curves on the side, which indicates a possibility of a 2.5D quad-micro curve display.
  • There is a large circular module on the back panel and this houses quad-cameras powered by Leica and two LED flash cutouts. The circular ring has a gold-coloured casing around it.

Xiaomi 14 Ultra specifications (expected)

  • Display:The Ultra model could get a 6.7-inch QHD+ 120Hz LTPO AMOLED display with an under-screen fingerprint reader.
  • Processor: Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC paired with Adreno GPU for graphics.
  • RAM/storage: 16GB RAM and 256GB / 512GB/ 1TB storage.
  • Cameras:50MP Sony LYT900 primary camera, a 50MP 3.2x telephoto sensor, a 50MP 5x telephoto and a 50MP ultrawide snapper. There could be a 32MP sensor on the front.
  • Software:Android 14-based HyperOS.
  • Battery: 5,300mAh battery with 90W wired charging and 50W wireless charging speed.
  • Xiaomi 14 Ultra titanium edition, up to 1TB storage variant

  • It seems like the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will not be using a titanium frame as standard for all its variants. Thanks to our industry sources, we’ve got to know that Xiaomi is preparing a titanium special edition for the device. This means that the standard variants of the device will continue with an aluminium frame to keep the pricing competitive. This is not the first time that Xiaomi will be offering a titanium special edition of a phone: the brand opted for a similar strategy with the Xiaomi 14 Prolast year.
  • Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultrais the only other Android flagship to opt for a titanium frame besides the Xiaomi 14 Pro. We saw a resurgence in the use of this material after the iPhone 15 Pro’s Compared to a metal frame, a titanium frame tends to be more durable while also being lighter. Thanks to the huge camera systems we see on smartphones these days, the weight of these devices has been a bit of an issue.
  • We also expect the Xiaomi 14 Ultra to be available in three storage variants in China. Instead of opting for a 24GB RAM module that we’ve seen in other devices launched recently in China, including the Redmi K70 Pro, Xiaomi is opting for a more reasonable 16GB RAM module with an option for 512GB and 1TB storage. Further, a base 12GB RAM and 256GB storage variant will also be made available.
  • Based on previous leaks, we expect the Xiaomi 14 Ultra to launch in India The device’s global debut at MWC tells us that the Chinese brand would like a more global presence of its flagship this time around. The device is also expected to be accompanied by the standard Xiaomi 14for a global launch, while the Xiaomi 14 Pro might stay as a China-exclusive model. Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro will also debut alongside these phones as the brand’s flagship tablet with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor.
  • Xiaomi 14 Ultra price hike
    •  is tipped to ship with Xiaomi’s self-researched technologies, probably to project it as the most premium ever flagship from the brand.
    • This will in turn increase the Bill of Materials (BOM). This could mean the price of the  could also be increased compared to the pricing of the , which starts at RMB 5,999 (approx Rs 70,100).
    • DCS claims that  is a product that has been redone, which probably means the hardware is being worked from the ground up instead of adopting or building on the Xiaomi 14 series.
    • The series will also come with Leica optical full-focal length quad-camera system and there will be some new unique features on top of Leica optics. However, the details are under wraps at the moment.
    • The tipster says that these advancements will be implemented for the first time on the Xiaomi 14 Ultra.
    • Owing to all these improvements and upgrades, the BOM cost will increase by more than RMB 700 (around Rs 8,200), implying that the Xiaomi 14 Ultra price could be increased.
    • DCS claims that Xiaomi 14 Ultra’s mass production has already commenced and the launch will happen earlier than expected.

    The tipster also hints at a range of new “imaging flagships” in Xiaomi’s lineup. One phone among them is expected in February and three are tentatively scheduled for March. No other details about the phones are revealed at the moment. There are chances the Xiaomi India teaser could be related to the new ‘imaging flagship’ and not the Xiaomi 14 Ultra.


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