Xiaomi 14 Ultra: Top-tier Imaging! Launch in March

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On January 12, it was revealed by the tech blogger “Digital Chat Station” that the Xiaomi 14 Ultra and the OPPO Find X7 Ultra satellite communication version are expected to debut around the same time.

During the OPPO Find X7 series launch event, Liu Zuohu disclosed that the OPPO Find X7 Ultra satellite communication version will meet consumers in March. This indicates that the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will also be officially released in March, positioning itself as Xiaomi’s most powerful flagship for imaging.

It is understood that the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will feature a quad-camera setup at the rear, including the main Sony LYT900 sensor, a 3.2x periscope telephoto lens, a 5x periscope telephoto lens, and an ultra-wide-angle lens. It is anticipated that the telephoto and main cameras will support OIS optical image stabilization.

The LYT900 is Sony’s most powerful 1-inch sensor, promising advanced processes, greater light sensitivity, higher purity, and a wider dynamic range.

According to official information, the Sony LYT900 boasts 50 million pixels, with a single pixel size reaching 1.6μm, and it will also support DCG, which stands for Dual Conversion Gain. This technology automatically switches between high gain (HCG) and low gain (LCG) modes to optimize dynamic range and noise performance in response to changes in light conditions.

For instance, in low-light environments, the Sony LYT900 will switch to HCG mode to enhance sensitivity, enabling better capture of image details and significantly reducing noise interference in image data.

In terms of core specifications, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra features a fully equal-depth curved screen with a 2K resolution, and is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen3 mobile platform, with a 5180mAh battery.

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