Leakster: Xiaomi 14 to have a larger sensor in the main camera, version with 1TB storage

Details are trickling in for the upcoming Xiaomi 14 – the phone will keep its overall appearance but is bringing several upgrades. Leakster Digital Chat Station previously posted that the phone will be powered y the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3.

This generation will apparently also have up to 1TB of storage (the 13 topped out at 512GB). Based on the previous post, the vanilla Xiaomi 14 will have a 4,860mAh battery with 90W wired and 50W wireless charging (up from 4,500mAh 67/50W).

Schematics of he phone show a familiar design with a squarish camera island tucked into the top left corner. This time around, however, it will be divided between four sensors, not three.

According to DCS, the main camera will gain an even larger sensor – 50MP 1/1.28”, up from 50MP 1/1.49”. It will be joined by a “medium-telephoto” camera, presumably with a standard lens like its predecessor (it might offer higher than the 3.2x optical magnification of the 13 model, however). There is no hint as to what the fourth sensor might be (the third one is the ultra wide camera, of course).

Xiaomi traditionally launches its flagship series right at the end of the year, in part to coincide with the first availability of the next Snapdragon 8 chip, so we’re still months away from the Xiaomi 14 and family (there will be a Pro model, the Ultra might or might not arrive later).

Source: gsmarena