Xiaomi 14 Ultra may feature an under-display camera

While the global launch of the 14 series continues to hang in the balance, reports indicate the company might be brewing another addition to the lineup — the Xiaomi 14 Ultra. The phone recently made headlines as it was spotted in a few hands-on images.

A new report from GSMChina now suggests the Xiaomi 14 Ultra might feature an under-display camera. It seems there will be two versions of the phone — one with this under-display camera and another with a standard selfie camera.


Xiaomi 14 Ultra leaked hands-on image.

The version with the standard camera is said to have codenames “aurora” and “aurorapro.” Meanwhile, the under-display camera model has the codename “Xiaomi Suiren.” Interestingly, a device with this name was recently spotted on the Geekbench database with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor.

While we believed the device to be the upcoming Xiaomi Mix 5, recent reports suggest it's the Xiaomi 14 Ultra. The phone scored 2336 and 6837 points in single-core and multi-core tests, respectively. 

Likewise, according to previous reports by tipster Digital Chat Station, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will sport a 50MP main sensor (Sony LYT 900 with OIS) with a variable aperture. Alongside the main sensor, a 50MP telephoto lens, another 50MP periscope lens, and a 50MP ultra-wide lens are expected to complete the package.

The leaked information also suggests a possible titanium frame upgrade for the 14 Ultra. It will replace the aluminum used in the regular 14 Pro. There are also rumors of two-way satellite communication and the phone may house a 5180mAh battery with support for 90W wired and 50W wireless charging.

The Xiaomi 14 Ultra is expected to debut with the Xiaomi Pad 7 series in April 2024.

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Via: gizmochina.com

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