As the first device in the world to feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, Xiaomi recently released the Xiaomi 14 Series in China. With its latest flagships, the company also continued its partnership with Leica and introduced optical zoom and variable aperture lenses.

Xiaomi is now working on the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, the top model of the Xiaomi 14 Series. According to recent reports, Xiaomi’s upcoming flagship will have a larger capacity than its predecessor. Xiaomi 14 Ultra’s launch timeline has also been leaked.

Several upcoming flagship smartphones have been tentatively slated for launch in China by tipster Fixed Focus Digital on Weibo. According to the post, smartphone launches are expected to slow down after mid-December, and new devices may not be released for some time.

According to the post, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will launch in March 2024. Huawei P70 Series and Vivo X100 Ultra are also expected to launch in Q1 2024.

According to CNMO, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will have a 5500mAh battery, an upgrade over its predecessor. The Xiaomi 13 Ultra has a 5000mAh battery.

In order to offer extended camera sessions to its users, Xiaomi is keen to provide a larger battery on its top-of-the-line flagship. Xiaomi is also working on upgrading the quad-camera setup from the Xiaomi 13 Ultra. As with the Titanium Edition of the Xiaomi 14 Pro, Xiaomi could also experiment with titanium on the Xiaomi 14 Ultra.

Xiaomi’s 14 Ultra will also be based on HyperOS. There isn’t much else known about the Xiaomi 14 Ultra aside from these details. Globally, the device is expected to launch first in China, and then in select regions.