Xiaomi is set to launch the Xiaomi 14 Series to the global market on February 25, the company announced. The new smartphone line debuted in China in October of last year and consists of two devices: Xiaomi 14 and Xiaomi 14 Pro.
Some reports indicate the company will also introduce the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, which will join the lineup with the more compact Xiaomi 14. The 14 Pro is rumored to stay within China’s borders.
Xiaomi teases the “next-generation Leica optics” that capture “true light,” preserving your “most authentic moments,” which points to what the 14 Ultra could bring in terms of photography.
The Xiaomi 14 Ultra is rumored to come equipped with a quad rear camera setup headlined by a 50MP Sony LYT-900 main camera and a large battery (said to have a capacity of over 5000mAh) with 100W wired and 80W wireless fast charging.
Like the rest of the Xiaomi 14 Series, we should also expect the flagship to come with Leica optics, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, Wi-Fi 7 connectivity, a feature-packed LPTO AMOLED display, up to 1TB of storage, and HyperOS based on Android 14.
For information about the Xiaomi 14, read about its specs and features here.