Xiaomi’s upcoming flagship, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, has been detailed in the latest information from renowned leaker digitalchatstation. The smartphone features a quad-camera setup made by Leica, promising “unexpected new skills.” It incorporates technologies developed by Xiaomi, including communications, materials, and batteries.
Despite the improvements, the Bill of Materials (BOM) estimate indicates a price increase. This marks a departure from the predecessor, Xiaomi 13 Ultra.
Xiaomi’s 14 Ultra camera system is characterized by a quad-camera setup with Leica optical full-focus. The collaboration with Leica suggests the focus will be on delivering exceptional imaging capabilities, even though details about the unique skills remain unveiled. Xiaomi pushes the boundaries of innovation with new self-researched technologies in communications, materials, and batteries. The Xiaomi 14 Ultra will be the first device to implement these advancements.
A BOM (Bill of Materials) increase of more than 700 yuan (Rs.8500/-) implies an inevitable price hike for the Xiaomi 14 Ultra. The tipster suggests that such enhancements for a flagship device are justified despite concerns about affordability. DCS also expresses Xiaomi’s internal confidence in the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, noting that mass production has already started and the device is expected to be released sooner than initially anticipated.
Several “imagery flagships” will be part of Xiaomi’s lineup in the coming months, with one expected in February and three tentatively scheduled for March, according to @digitalchatstation. Xiaomi’s upcoming releases are likely to raise anticipation, even if specific model names aren’t revealed.