Mi 14 Ultra vs. Huawei Mate60 Pro: Best Value?

Starting price from 6499 RMB! Xiaomi 14 Ultra’s price has caught up with Huawei Mate60 Pro, which might come as a surprise to some netizens. Can it really compete head-to-head with Huawei Mate60 Pro? In previous years, many would have undoubtedly chosen Huawei, as the two brands had distinct reputations in the high-end market. However, the current situation is quite unique. Due to the success of Xiaomi 14 and Xiaomi 14 Pro in the market, many users are looking forward to Xiaomi 14 Ultra. Xiaomi has also equipped this new model with impressive features, enhancing its competitiveness compared to the previous generation.


So, which one is more worth buying – Xiaomi 14 Ultra or Huawei Mate60 Pro? When making this decision, we primarily consider three aspects: first, the comparison of hardware specifications, focusing on pursuing the ultimate parameters; second, the brand influence, domestic self-developed chips and operating systems, emphasizing on the pursuit of the ultimate ecosystem; third, the aesthetic design, focusing on seeking unique product designs. These factors significantly influence our final choice.

First: Pursuing Ultimate Hardware Specifications

Xiaomi phones have always offered good value for money in the same price range, and this holds true for Xiaomi 14 Ultra compared to Huawei Mate60 Pro as well. With the Snapdragon 8Gen3 processor, Xiaomi 14 Ultra’s performance significantly surpasses Kirin 9000S. Additionally, it features a combination of 2K screen, 5300mAh battery, 90W fast charging, and a 50MP quad-camera setup, all clearly superior to Huawei Mate60 Pro’s 1.5K screen, 5000mAh battery, 88W fast charging, and 50MP triple-camera setup. Moreover, Xiaomi 14 Ultra introduces satellite communication, Dragon Armor architecture, variable aperture, and other cutting-edge technologies, aligning its overall configuration almost on par with Huawei Mate60 Pro, with most parameters being superior.


In terms of performance, screen, battery, fast charging, and imaging specifications, Xiaomi 14 Ultra outperforms Huawei Mate60 Pro. Just like most domestic phones almost entirely surpass Apple in terms of parameters, the more obvious the difference in parameters, the more it reflects the cost-effectiveness of domestic phones. Therefore, it can be concluded that Xiaomi 14 Ultra offers a higher cost-performance ratio than Huawei Mate60 Pro in terms of hardware specifications, making it very suitable for users seeking high value for money.

Second: Pursuing Ultimate Ecosystem Experience

Of course, a smartphone is a product that highly integrates software and hardware, where higher specifications do not necessarily mean a better user experience. The ecosystem software plays a vital role, and many users prioritize the user experience in terms of ecosystem software. With Huawei’s self-developed HarmonyOS ecosystem meeting users’ needs and benefiting from the self-developed Kirin chip combined with HarmonyOS optimizations in various usage details, Huawei Mate60 Pro significantly surpasses most domestic models in terms of system experience. Moreover, with Huawei’s strong brand influence and ecosystem device circle, Huawei Mate60 Pro offers a more refined ecosystem experience.


In summary, Huawei Mate60 Pro, although inferior in hardware specifications to Xiaomi 14 Ultra, with the Kirin chip and HarmonyOS system, excels in ecosystem experience compared to most domestic phones. Coupled with its strong brand influence, this phone appears more prominent in the high-end market, making it suitable for users pursuing a top-tier brand and ultimate ecosystem system.

Third: Pursuing Ultimate Product Design

Another crucial factor is product design, as first impressions often subconsciously guide our choices. This explains why many phone manufacturers prioritize aesthetic design. Among many phone makers, Huawei is known for its aesthetic design prowess. The Mate series, P series, have set design trends in the industry; for instance, the current center-aligned large round camera design trend started with the Mate30 series. The Xiaomi 14 Ultra’s oversized round camera design somewhat resembles the Mate50 series. Furthermore, features like satellite communication, magical armor architecture, variable aperture brought by the Huawei Mate series are also adopted by Xiaomi 14 Ultra, indicating that Huawei Mate60 Pro excels in product design aesthetics and cutting-edge technology, making it suitable for users seeking ultimate product design.



Although Xiaomi 14 Ultra and Huawei Mate60 Pro both start from 6499 RMB, these phones showcase distinct design styles. If we seek the ultimate hardware parameters and imaging configurations, then Xiaomi 14 Ultra evidently offers a higher cost-performance ratio and would be more suitable to purchase. If we pursue the ultimate ecosystem experience, have high requirements for self-developed technology, system experience, and brand influence, then Huawei Mate60 Pro is undoubtedly more fitting. Understanding our own usage needs objectively will help us make a suitable choice between these two phones.

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