Xiaomi is set to launch its 14 series smartphones on October 26, and we now have some official images of the vanilla model's design and camera samples.
The Xiaomi 14 will have a flat, shiny frame, which may indicate that it is made of stainless steel. It will also have a flat 6.36-inch AMOLED screen with a punch hole cutout for the front-facing camera. The bezels on the top and sides of the screen will be 1.61mm thick, while the bezels on the bottom will be 1.71mm thick. The power and volume buttons will be located on the right side of the phone.
The back of the Xiaomi 14 will have three cameras with Leica Summilux lenses. The main sensor will be a 1/1.31-inch sensor with 1.2µm pixels and an f/1.6 aperture. It is rumored to be a 50 MP OmniVision OV50H sensor. The other two cameras will be a 75mm equivalent 50MP telephoto lens and a 50MP ultrawide module. The camera island will have an updated stud design.
Xiaomi has also posted some camera samples from the Xiaomi 14 on its Weibo account. The images look sharp and detailed, with good color reproduction and dynamic range.
Overall, the Xiaomi 14 looks like a promising smartphone with a sleek design and a powerful camera system. We will have to wait until the launch event on October 26 to learn more about the phone's other specifications and pricing.
The Xiaomi 14 is expected to be priced starting at around CNY5,000 (around $700 USD). It is likely to be launched in China first, with a global launch following a few weeks later.