Xiaomi has remained silent on the launch date of its next flagship, the long-awaited Xiaomi 14 Ultra, but that doesn't stop the leak.
To date, Xiaomi has not yet officially communicated the launch date of its next top of the rangeXiaomi 14 Ultra.
A possible announcement could materialize during the Mobile World Congress 2024 in Barcelona, giving the company the opportunity to gain international visibility.
So far, the triumph of the Xiaomi 14 series in the Chinese market has crowned the parent company's efforts.
The MWC will be the stage for their debut outside national borders, but the extent of this step remains uncertain: will it involve only the basic model or also the 14 Pro?
According to some rumors the latter will remain aexclusive to the Chinese marketat least for now.
Latest rumors suggest that Xiaomi is considering the introduction of a variant of its 14 Ultra with a frame made of titanium.
In short, Xiaomi's future flagship device could come in two guises: one with a titanium frame and the other in aluminum.
The leaked specs indicate that the 14 Ultra could boast a display 6.73-inch LTPO AMOLED with QHD+ resolution and variable refresh rate up to 120Hz, one battery 5300mAh with support for 90W wired charging and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor.
The camera could be developed once again in cooperation with Leica, a setup quad-camera which includes high-resolution sensors and a 32-megapixel front camera.
The use of titanium, already present in other high-end smartphones, could give the device greater robustness.
As for memory, we are talking about options of 12 GB or 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB, 512 GB or 1 TB storage space, without the possibility of expansion.
Despite interest in the automotive sector, with a focus on the debut of its first electric car and founder Lei Jun's recent transition from Xiaomi Mobile, the smartphone market remains a priority for the Chinese giant.
We look carefully at the release of the new flagships, with the first rumors about prices that are starting to circulate.
And according to what reported by TechManiacs, the prices of the series in Europe could be higher than those of 2023.
In fact, if the basic Xiaomi 13 cost 999 euros for the configuration with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, the new Xiaomi 14 could start from higher specifications, with a corresponding price.
The Greek source predicts availability at a price that will vary from 1,099 euros for the version with 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage up to approx 1,299 euros for the one with 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage.
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