The Xiaomi 14 Ultra is set to receive a titanium alloy version, continuing the design strategy of the Xiaomi 14 Pro. This will mark the second instance of Xiaomi utilizing a titanium alloy frame, a material known for its resistance to daily wear and tear, enhancing the device’s durability while maintaining portability.
The Xiaomi 14 Ultra is expected to feature up to 16GB LPDDR5X RAM and 1TB UFS4.0 storage, not reaching the 24GB RAM mark. It will be powered by the third-generation Snapdragon 8 mobile platform and boast a quad-camera setup with four 50MP sensors, including a primary camera equipped with Sony’s LYT900 sensor, one of the largest CMOS sensors available, complemented by two telephoto lenses.
The launch of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, including its titanium alloy version, is anticipated by the end of this month, promising a significant upgrade in performance and design.
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