By Jay / / Android

The Xiaomi 14 Ultra is rumored to be on its way, and recently, we got a glimpse of the camera island’s protective glass, revealing that only the camera sensors will see an update – the overall design will stay the same as the Xiaomi 13 Ultra.

From the leaked image, the main camera is set to have a brighter f/1.6 aperture, while the periscope telephoto will use an f/2.5 lens upfront. Once again, the camera will come with Leica’s tuning.

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Xiaomi loves to switch up the appearance of its flagship phones from one generation to another, and since the Ultra moniker became part of the lineup, there hasn’t been a repeat in design.

This either means the leak isn’t genuine or Xiaomi is exceptionally content with the work it did last year; for once, they decided not to fix what isn’t broken.

If this holds true, we anticipate a Sony LYT-900 sensor with a variable aperture for the main camera, according to previous reports.

The biggest question is whether the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will be a globally available phone or if the company will disappoint its fans by launching the phone exclusively in China, as it did with the 11 Ultra and 12S Ultra.


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