Xiaomi 14 Ultra Fully Revealed

Most users have a clear image in mind of a model that not only boasts a sleek design but also doesn’t compromise on battery capacity and endurance, providing a more balanced user experience.

While the latest models are impressive in terms of specs, concerns might arise regarding the weight of the device, making users hesitant and feeling that the specs are a bit excessive.

Speaking of specs, Xiaomi’s digital series usually excels in this aspect, especially the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, which has had its specs clarified since the official announcement.

From design to screen quality, core specifications, camera parameters, there are no major surprises, making it a great choice for those who like to wait for the right device.

Firstly, in terms of design, it features a full-curved micro-curved screen, a new curved back, and a new fully wrapped middle frame, with Parisian stud decor, paying attention to every detail.

Moreover, the huge circular camera module on the back housing four cameras might not seem significantly different from Xiaomi 13 Ultra at first glance, but there are subtle changes.

In addition, the prominently raised camera lens constantly showcases its powerful photography capabilities, with a dual-tone black and white body color option to complement its appearance.

In other words, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra’s appearance is quite appealing, with a weight of 220g and a thickness of 9.2mm (excluding the camera bump).

The screen quality is also impressive, featuring a 6.73-inch flat screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, a resolution of 3200*1440, HDR10+ support, and a peak brightness of 3000 nits.

Although it adopts a flat screen design, it uses a full-curved micro-curved screen, offering the visual effect of a flat screen with the feel of a curved one, making it currently the most comfortable screen format.

Many users might not be familiar with this design, but it was already used in the Xiaomi 14 Pro, so users may want to experience it in person at physical stores in advance.

Notably, the eye protection feature of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra’s screen is top-notch and is expected to further improve based on the 2160Hz PWM dimming technology.

The core specifications are not much of a mystery, as it will come with the Snapdragon 8 Gen3 processor, LPDDR5X RAM + UFS 4.0 storage, and offer three combinations: 12GB + 256GB, 16GB + 512GB, and 16GB + 1TB.

However, the fingerprint recognition aspect is still unknown. Earlier reports suggested the use of ultrasonic fingerprint technology, but there is currently no news on this front.

Moreover, Xiaomi’s optimization for performance is commendable and is likely to be enhanced by the use of the HyperEngine technology to further improve the user experience.

The battery capacity is also impressive, with a built-in 5300mAh battery supporting 90W wired charging and 50W wireless charging, ensuring no charging worries for a day.

The camera parameters are one of the key highlights, featuring a 50MP Sony LYT900 main camera, a 50MP 3.2x telephoto lens, a 50MP 5x telephoto lens, and a 50MP ultra-wide-angle lens.

Equipped with a Leica quad-camera system, the main camera has a maximum aperture of f/1.63, the periscope lens has a large aperture of f/2.5, with a focal range of 12mm-120mm, equivalent to 5X optical zoom, all within the shooting range.

It’s evident that this generation focuses on enhancing the main camera and 5x telephoto lens light intake, upgrading the Leica branding from SUMMICRON to VARIO-SUMMILUX.

For photography enthusiasts, this focal length range should easily satisfy their needs, ensuring a great photography experience.

Furthermore, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra pays attention to details, offering features like full-featured NFC, IR remote control, dual speakers, X-axis linear motor, IP68 dust and water resistance.

It will also incorporate satellite call technology, a crucial feature in high-end flagship phones, adding to its competitive value.

On the system side, it will come with the surgeOS system, likely with some exclusive selling points to stimulate users’ desires for choice.

It is worth noting that although Xiaomi hinted at a price increase several times before, as usual, there may be some last-minute persuasion to keep the prices consistent with the previous generations.

In conclusion, the various aspects of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra have become clearer now, along with the release timeline, indicating that it might be worth waiting for it.

So, the question is, will you join the wait-and-see party? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss.

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