Xiaomi 14 Series Global Launch Teased by Company

Oh, the Xiaomi 14 series! It made quite the splash in China around October 2023. Packed with features, the lineup introduced the Xiaomi 14 and 14 Pro, but only to the locals. Meanwhile, the rest of the world’s been on the edge of their seats, eagerly awaiting their turn.

And guess what? Following the pattern set last year, Xiaomi’s gearing up to bring the 14 and 14 Pro to a global audience later this month. Oh, and there’s a teaser that’s just dropped. Keep scrolling, you’ll find it below.

Now, onto something a bit juicy. The teaser, popping up courtesy of Xiaomi India, doesn’t outright spill the beans on the Xiaomi 14 series. But, c’mon, it’s pretty obvious what they’re hinting at.

Despite playing coy with the details, the teaser whispers of a partnership with Leica. Remember the launch in China? Both the Pro and its sibling boasted Leica-optimized triple cameras. Despite a slight difference in screen sizes, these devices are like two peas in a pod, mirroring essential features from cameras to software, and even refresh rates.

Ah, the buzz around MWC! Xiaomi’s not just sitting back; they’ve got grand plans for the series’ international debut. The rumor mill’s churning with talks of a grand unveiling at MWC (Mobile World Congress). Expect not just the Xiaomi 14 and 14 Pro but also the introduction of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra. It’s all part of Xiaomi’s grand plan, aligning perfectly with MWC’s annual showcase in Barcelona.

Let’s dive into the specs, shall we? Over in China, the Xiaomi 14 and 14 Pro aren’t shrouded in mystery. The sleek Mi 14 sports a 6.36-inch LTPO OLED panel, boasting a 120Hz refresh rate and a semi-2K resolution. The Pro version? It ups the ante with a larger 6.73-inch OLED and full-2K resolution. Both models nod to the Mi 13 lineage, flaunting flat-border designs and ultra-thin bezels.

And, oh, the cameras! The Mi 14 duo comes equipped with a 50MP ‘Light Hunter’ sensor, paired with a custom Leica Summilux lens. The primary lens even supports variable aperture. Powering these impressive displays and cameras is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC — Qualcomm’s most potent creation yet. But, with the 8 Gen 3’s price hitting the roof, there’s a bit of a debate brewing. Will the global versions get the same powerhouse SoC as their Chinese siblings? Only time will tell.

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