It is rumored that Xiaomi will unveil the Xiaomi 14 and 14 Pro on October 27. It is yet to be revealed what Xiaomi’s 14 Pro will look like, but thanks to OnLeaks, we know what it will look like.
According to OnLeaks‘ 5K renders of the Xiaomi 14 Pro, the phone will come with some improvements over its predecessor, the Xiaomi 13 Pro. Xiaomi seems to be opting for a flat display instead of a curved one. Besides being thicker than the Xiaomi 13 Pro, the camera module appears huge.
According to these renders, the Xiaomi 14 Pro will measure 161.6 x 75.3 x 8.7mm, and the camera module will be 13.1mm high. The Xiaomi 14 Pro will feature a 6.6-inch flat 2.5D display with a punch-hole camera at the center. The upcoming Xiaomi phone could have four cameras as well as other sensors. Dual speakers are also expected.
Xiaomi 14 Pro will feature a 6.6-inch AMOLED 2.5D display with 2K resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset is expected to power the smartphone later this month. Despite a lack of details about the Xiaomi 14 Pro’s cameras, it’s speculated to come with a 50MP primary camera.
It could have a 4,860mAh battery with 120W fast charging and 50W wireless charging support. Additionally, the Xiaomi 14 Pro is expected to come with an in-display fingerprint sensor, Hi-Res audio, and Dolby Atmos.
Xiaomi 14 Series run on MiOS:
One of the most anticipated smartphones of the year is the Xiaomi 14 series. We now have some new information about the Xiaomi 14 model.
Xiaomi 14 is in mass production in a new pink shade, which is said to be very good-looking, according to tipster Digital Chat Station (DCS). The screen will also have a 1mm bezel, just like the Pro model.
In addition, DCS notes that Xiaomi’s “new system focuses on smoothness,” which is likely a reference to MiOS. Xiaomi’s new operating system, MiOS, is expected to replace MIUI.
Earlier this week, DCS hinted that MIUI 14 would be the last generation of MIUI. The switch from MiOS to MIUI, however, will likely only happen in China, and MiOS will not be globally available. The arrival of MiOS has also been hinted at by other tipsters, such as Ice Universe. At least in China, the new OS may be seen.