Lu Weibing Switches to Xiaomi 14 Ultra: The Champion of Imaging Power
On January 29th, Lu Weibing of Xiaomi Group switched to a new mobile phone, hinting that the camera of this phone is a top contender in terms of imaging capabilities.
It’s clear that the new phone Lu Weibing has switched to is the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, which is Xiaomi’s most powerful flagship for imaging.
Reportedly, the main camera of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra uses the latest LYT-900 developed by Sony, with a 1-inch large sensor and a manufacturing process upgraded from 40nm to 22nm, which can deliver better power performance.
At the same time, LYT-900 supports DCG (Dual Conversion Gain). The high conversion gain mode of DCG can output low-noise images, while the low conversion gain mode can output ordinary images seen in daily life, which can be synthesized to produce an HDR image with low noise and high dynamic range.
In addition, in “pixel binning” mode, the sensor can automatically perform on-chip HDR synthesis—applying high and low conversion gains to two sets of pixels prepared for pixel binning with just one exposure.
In terms of display, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra has switched to a fully curved display, similar to the design of the Xiaomi 14 Pro. This kind of screen looks like a flat screen, but has a slight arc processing at the edge of the screen, retaining the comfortable feel of a curved screen while also reducing the likelihood of accidental touches.
In terms of performance, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen3 processor, with a maximum of 16GB of memory, and a 5180mAh battery, supporting two-way satellite communication.