Xiaomi is gearing up to unveil the Xiaomi 14 Ultra in China this March. A leaked image on Weibo, ahead of the launch, gives us a sneak peek at the camera island’s cover glass. The design appears similar to the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, but with new sensors.
Taking a closer look at the camera module text, we find some exciting details about the 14 Ultra’s main and periscope telephoto cameras. Meanwhile you can always know the most compared smartphones by Xiaomi.
In the leaked image, we notice the presence of the text “VARIO-SUMMILUX 1:1.63-2.5/12-120 ASPH” and the “Leica” branding on the camera module of the rumored Xiaomi 14 Ultra. The details from the image indicate that the main camera is equipped with a brighter f/1.6 aperture, while the periscope telephoto lens boasts an f/2.5 lens.
Reports suggest that the Xiaomi 14 Ultra is anticipated to feature a 50MP main camera with a Sony LYT-900 sensor and a variable aperture. The leaked image hints at a quad-camera system, though specific details remain undisclosed.
Under the hood, the phone is expected to house the powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, with potential configurations of up to 16 GB of RAM and up to 1 TB of UFS 4.0 storage. Powering the device, there’s a substantial 5,180mAh battery supporting 90W wired and 50W wireless charging. The Xiaomi 14 Ultra is set to operate on HyperOS-based Android 14.
The global availability of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra remains uncertain, but we’ll provide updates as more information becomes available while waiting the official specs so we can do smartphone comparisons.