Xiaomi 14 Ultra Camera Samples Showcase Detailed Images With Great Color Reproduction


Xiaomi 14 Ultra Camera samples closer look

The Xiaomi 14 Ultra is just two days away from launch. Of course, the Chinese market will get the device first on February 22, with the global launch set for February 25 at the MWC 2024 event. Days before the official launch, Xiaomi has decided to showcase what its new camera flagship brings to the table.

That is, the company has shared a good number of pictures captured directly from the Xiaomi 14 Ultra. All of them prove that the upcoming camera smartphone is much more capable than the Xiaomi 13 Ultra.

About the Camera Hardware of Xiaomi 14 Ultra

Before we dive into the camera samples, let’s get to know about the camera hardware. As confirmed by Xiaomi, the 14 Ultra comes with a 50 MP primary camera on the back. It’s the Sony LYT-900 sensor that features a variable aperture from f/1.63 to f/4.0. This makes the main sensor capable of taking 136% more light than the primary sensor of Xiaomi 13 Ultra.

Xiaomi 14 Ultra

Joining the primary camera are two telephoto sensors, both of which are Sony IMX858. The first telephoto brings a 75 mm equivalent lens with f/1.8 aperture and 3.2x optical zoom. As for the second telephoto sensor, it has a 120 mm focal length and can offer 5x optical zoom. The sensor has a f/2.5 aperture.

There’s another camera on the back, which Xiaomi hasn’t shared much details about. But judging from the camera configuration of the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, it’s an ultrawide camera that should have a 50 MP sensor with a 122-degree field of view and 12 mm focal length.

Xiaomi 14 Ultra camera config

Gizchina News of the week


Overall, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra has a robust camera hardware. With tuning from Leica, a premium camera manufacturer, the upcoming flagship stands as a proper successor to last year’s model.

Closer Look at the Camera Samples

Now that you have a proper idea about the camera hardware of Xiaomi 14 Ultra let’s take a dive into the samples. Before anything, it’s quite clear that the hardware of the smartphone is very capable, and it doesn’t fail to impress with the final output. As you can see from the pictures attached below, the captures are truly stunning.

The 1-inch primary sensor can take in a lot of light, just like Xiaomi said. This will enable you to take great pictures in challenging lighting conditions. But it’s not just about the light capture ability that makes the attached pictures impressive. The dynamic range of the captures is top-notch as well.

Read Also:  Vivo X100 Ultra camera specs leak - uses a 200MP periscope telephoto lens

What’s more is that the images have plenty of details, with each of the elements in the pictures being full of life. But there’s a catch. The main reason why these camera samples look so good is because they are taken by someone good at photography. Even with capable hardware such as the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, these images need some degree of knowledge and skills.

But of course, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra does have computational photography skills. So, even if you don’t have good photography skills, the images that you take with your phone should be close. That means you don’t need to put that much effort into capturing your favorite moments in their best forms.

All this also shows how far we’ve come in terms of smartphone photography. With better hardware and computational photography tech, smartphones are making waves in the camera department. It would be interesting to see how the Xiaomi 14 Ultra compares to the current camera flagships after it launches.

Disclaimer: We may be compensated by some of the companies whose products we talk about, but our articles and reviews are always our honest opinions. For more details, you can check out our editorial guidelines and learn about how we use affiliate links.

Source/VIA :
Previous Creality Unveils Falcon2 Pro, Bring Innovations for All Your Passions
Next Amazon promo page gives first look at iQOO Z9 before launch