Xiaomi 14 Design and Camera Samples Officially Revealed

Xiaomi is gearing up to release the Xiaomi 14 series. As a successor of the Xiaomi 13, the brand-new lineup has plenty in store. So far, Xiaomi has officially confirmed the camera configuration and the launch date of the devices. In case you have missed it, the new phones will feature a Leica VARIO-SUMMILUX camera setup.

That will make the Xiaomi 14 devices the first flagship phones to feature this advanced Leica-powered camera setup. As for the launch date, the devices are set to launch this Thursday, which is October 26. Now, Xiaomi has officially revealed the design of the new phones.

A Closer Look at the Design of Xiaomi 14

As you can see from the pictures attached below, the Xiaomi 14 will come with a punch-hole screen. The display features ultra-narrow bezels, which should greatly enhance the viewing experience. Xiaomi has also confirmed that the base model will feature a 6.36-inch display.

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That means the regular Xiaomi 14 will be a fairly compact phone. Besides, the edges of the devices are flat, offering a premium hand feel. They also have a shiny appeal, so it’s safe to say that the phone will have a stainless-steel frame. Interestingly, the device’s top edge doesn’t have anything on it.

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Xiaomi 14 Sides

On some of the other Xiaomi devices, this top-edge came with an IR blaster, noise-canceling microphones, and a speaker. One of the images shared by Xiaomi gives a glimpse of the bottom edge. It houses a microphone and a SIM slot, which is quite common to see in some of its flagships.

That said, the back of the Xiaomi 14 features a square camera module. It houses three cameras, which include the 50MP primary sensor with the Leica VARIO-SUMMILUX lens mentioned earlier. Xiaomi shared some samples of the camera, which you can find below.

The 14 Pro will feature the same design but will have a larger screen than the base model. And Xiaomi will likely share more details tomorrow, and the day after that, we can get a full glimpse of the devices as they land. Stay tuned for more updates.

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