The Xiaomi 14 Series Full Specs – RecycleDevice Blog
Xiaomi 14 Series
Xiaomi is preparing to introduce the next generation of its flagship phones. This new lineup is called the Xiaomi 14 Series and will consist of a standard device and a Pro variant. The latter will come with a dual camera setup and some other exciting features.
The company is hosting a launch event on October 26 in China to unveil the new devices. The company’s CEO, Lei Jun, posted a poster on Weibo that teases the phone’s advanced image sensor. The phone will feature a new Leica Summilux lens, which promises superior imaging capabilities. The poster also notes that the device will have a large “leap-froward upgrade” in terms of performance.
Besides the Leica Summilux lens, the upcoming Xiaomi flagship will have some other impressive specs. It will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. This chipset will be unveiled at the upcoming Snapdragon Summit this week, so these smartphones will be among the first to get it. The handsets will run on Xiaomi HyperOS, which is a new operating system developed by the company. It is a fusion of Linux and self-developed Vela systems and offers excellent heterogeneous compatibility and precise and powerful system resource management capabilities, allowing the phone to unleash its full potential.
According to the company’s announcement, the Xiaomi 14 series will be available in four colors: White, Black, Rock green, and Snow Mountain Powder (pink). The device will have a rectangular body with very thin bezels. It will have a 4610 mAh battery and support fast charging via USB 3.2 Gen 1 with a Surge P2 fast charger chip and a Surge G1 battery management chip. The handset will have stereo dual speakers and an X-axis linear motor.
In the optics department, the 14 Pro will have a dual camera with a 50-megapixel image sensor and an f/1.42-f/4.0 variable aperture. It will also have optical image stabilization, a 4-axis OIS, and a 2.4um pixel size. The device will have a 32-megapixel front camera for selfies.
It is likely that the company will release the regular version of the phone sooner than the Pro model. This way, it can bring some of its flagship features to the budget-friendly market. This is what Apple and Samsung do with their Plus models, so it would make sense for Xiaomi to follow suit. However, the company could decide to release a Plus version of the 14 Pro as well, which would allow it to compete directly with Apple and Samsung. This way, it would have the best of both worlds: a premium camera and a competitive price point. It will be interesting to see how the two phones will perform in the market. Stay tuned for more updates. You can also subscribe to us on social media for daily tech news and updates.