Xiaomi 14 Ultra with 6.73″ 2K OLED display launched in China

Xiaomi 14 Ultra with 6.73

Xiaomi has finally announced its most anticipated flagship Xiaomi 14 Ultra at an event in China alongside the Pad 6S Pro. Let’s check out the specifications of Xiaomi 14 Ultra.

Specifications of Xiaomi 14 Ultra:

The Xiaomi 14 Ultra features a 6.73-inch 2K TCL C8 LTPO OLED display with a resolution of 3200 x 1440 pixels, which provides a peak brightness of 3000 nits and a pixel density of 522 PPI. It offers a wide color gamut (P3) and supports HDR formats such as Dolby Vision and HDR Vivid. The display has an adaptive refresh rate of 1 Hz to 120 Hz and uses 12-bit color depth technology. It includes advanced features such as instant touch sampling and professional color calibration to ensure high image quality. In addition, the display is TÜV Rheinland certified for eye protection and has triple reliability certification.

Xiaomi 14 Ultra has a classic three-stage design with a fully enclosed metal center frame, 9.2 mm thick and weighing 224.4 g in the regular leather version. It introduces Xiaomi’s “Dragon Armor Architecture”, which includes a high-strength aluminum alloy frame and Dragon Crystal Glass, which provides superior bending resistance and increased drop resistance compared to the iPhone. In addition, the device has a completely identical screen design with a deep micro-bend that combines the look of a straight screen with the tactile feel of a curved screen.

The Xiaomi 14 Ultra is powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor with a 3x liquid cooling chamber for better thermal management. It offers three memory options: 12GB of RAM with 256GB of storage, 16GB of RAM with 512GB of storage, and 16GB of RAM with 1TB of storage. The device runs on the HyperOS operating system based on Android 14.

On the camera front, the 14 Ultra features a four-camera system, including a 1-inch 50MP Sony LYT-900 main camera with OIS and f/1.63-f/4.0 continuously variable aperture, with ultra-low-reflective ADL coating. It also features an ultra-wide-angle 50MP camera with f/1.8 aperture and ultra-low-reflective ADL coating. Compared to the IMX989, the LYT-900 sensor reduces power consumption by 43% and achieves a native dynamic range of 14EV, which is 9.5 times that of the IMX989, while maintaining rich detail in both highlights and shadows. The Xiaomi 14 Ultra’s comprehensive light absorption is 205% higher than the iPhone 15 Pro Max, making it the industry leader in light absorption for a one-inch sensor.

In addition, there is a 50-megapixel portrait telephoto camera with OIS, f/1.8 aperture and 3.2x zoom, as well as a 50-megapixel periscope telephoto camera with OIS, f/2.5 aperture and 5x zoom. For selfies, there’s a 32-megapixel front-facing camera.

Xiaomi introduces AISP, the first AI-powered computing photography platform for large models, with features such as ULTRA SNAP for fast shooting, ULTRA RAW for high-quality raw images, and ULTRA ZOOM for advanced zooming capabilities. It boasts 30x AI superzoom, 4K video recording at 120fps (main camera), and full-frame 8K video recording at any focal length. The device also supports slow motion at high frame rates and comes with a professional photography package that includes all the Leica expertise and customization options. In addition, it incorporates Leica’s signature styles and the native beauty of the dual lens for all-round photography, including night landscapes.

The device also introduces Xiaomi’s Dual Satellite Connectivity, a superior connection with high-performance antennas for a direct satellite connection that supports real-time voice and two-way text messaging. It is equipped with Xiaomi’s proprietary Surge T1 signal amplification chip.

The device boasts a 5300 mAh battery in the device itself with 90W turbo wired fast charging and 50W turbo wireless fast charging, and when combined with the optional camera grip, this capacity increases to 6800 mAh.

Price and availability

The Xiaomi 14 Ultra is available in black and white, as well as in a blue ceramic case called Dragon Crystal Blue. Xiaomi explains that in the last two generations, flagship phones did not have a ceramic back cover due to weight issues. However, with the advent of Xiaomi’s new Dragon Crystal Ceramic material, which is claimed to be “50% lighter than traditional ceramic,” the ceramic back cover is making a comeback on the Xiaomi 14 Ultra.

Pre-sales have already begun, with the standard version going on sale on February 27 at 10 am, and a special titanium-coated version available from March 12 at 10 am. Pricing starts at 6499 yuan ($904) for the 12GB + 256GB model, 6999 yuan ($973) for the 16GB + 512GB model, 7799 yuan ($1084) for the 16GB + 1TB model, and 8799 yuan ($1223) for the special 16GB + 1TB version with titanium metal. The device will be available through all channels: Xiaomi online store, Xiaomi Home, Xiaomi Youpin, major authorized e-commerce platforms and authorized retail stores, with support for 12-month interest-free installments.


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