Blogger @panda shared an image of a lens module for a mobile phone on social media today, presumably belonging to the Xiaomi Mi 14 Ultra smartphone.
As depicted in the image, this latest phone maintains the round lens module design of its predecessor. The Leica Summilux logo is prominently discernible. The primary camera features a variable aperture ranging from f/1.63 to f/4.0, while the periscope lens has a fixed aperture of f/2.5. As per the previously disclosed information, the phone is furnished with a set of four full-focus quad cameras, each boasting a resolution of 50MP, and utilizes the Sony LYT900 sensor.
The previous iteration of the Xiaomi Mi 13 Ultra featured a main camera with a variable aperture. However, it had limited options for adjustment, with only two levels available: f/1.9 and f/4.0. This phone features a 50MP Sony IMX989 one-inch primary camera, a 50MP IMX858 Leica telephoto camera, a 50MP IMX858 Leica ultra-telephoto camera, and a 50MP IMX858 Leica ultra-wide angle camera with a 122° field of view.
The processor being referred to is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3.
The camera setup consists of a quad camera with four 50MP lenses. It utilizes the Sony LYT900 sensor and has a multi-stop variable aperture ranging from f/1.63 to f/4.0, ensuring full-focus capabilities.
The battery has a capacity of approximately 5180mAh and is compatible with 90W cable fast charging and 50W wireless fast charging.
A potentially acquired ultrasonic fingerprint at a certain location;
Four screens that are slightly curved and have the same depth;
Blue glass, orange silicone skin, black silicone skin, and various additional colors.
Currently, Xiaomi officials have not revealed the exact launch date of this new phone. IT House will be vigilant and provide subsequent news.