Xiaomi’s 14 series of smartphones has been the subject of rumours since the new year. Xiaomi is rumoured to unveil its flagship series sometime next month. The Xiaomi 14 series will launch with two other high-end models, the Xiaomi 14 Pro and the Xiaomi 14 Ultra. Renders of the Xiaomi 14 Pro have just appeared online, revealing a completely flat design with no curves. The renders also suggest that the 14 Pro, the flagship killer, has a very large camera module.
The Xiaomi 14 Pro is said to have a 6.6-inch AMOLED screen with a centrally-located punch-hole front camera. The most noticeable difference is that the 13 Pro’s curved panel has been replaced by a flat, modern display in the newer Xiaomi 13. What this indicates is that upcoming phones will be completely flat. It seems that smartphones with flat screens are the new trend. Many modern smartphones, including the Google Pixel 8 Pro, have flat screens for a more uniform appearance.
Xiaomi 14 Pro Will Have A Massive All-Flat Camera Module
Renders of the back of the Xiaomi 14 Pro have also surfaced online. Compared to earlier, it’s obviously chunkier. The phone reportedly has dimensions of 161.6 x 75.3 x 8.7mm. This adds a little thickness to the 14 Pro compared to the Xiaomi 13 Pro. The camera module, on the other hand, may now be as tall as 13.1 mm. According to rumours, Xiaomi may install as many as four cameras on the back. In addition, there were rumours that the phone’s main camera might be 50 megapixels.
The rumoured 120Hz refresh rate for the Xiaomi 14 Pro’s display is exciting news. The chip inside, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, has yet to be revealed. In addition, a battery with 4,860mAh capacity will power the device. The smartphone can be charged via a wired 120W charger or wirelessly at a 50W rate. It will also have a grade for resistance to dust and water, known as an IP rating. All of them are just wild guesses and hearsay. The firm has said nothing publicly about the phones. Whatever the case may be, the release of the Xiaomi 14 is imminent. Let’s see what Xiaomi brings to the table with its much-anticipated lineup.
There have been rumours that Xiaomi is developing a new operating system called MiOS, which will prioritise fluidity. MiOS is expected to replace MIUI as Xiaomi’s primary operating system. According to the business, only users in China may expect to see a migration from MiOS to MIUI. This effectively prevents MiOS from being rolled out globally. The introduction of MiOS has been foreshadowed by numerous sources. So, the new Xiaomi operating system may arrive, at least in China.