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Xiaomi 14 Ultra boasts impressive Leica optics—and a ‘professional photography kit’


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The tech world is abuzz with the release of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra and its Professional Photography Kit. This flagship smartphone, unveiled on February 22 in China and soon globally at MWC 2024, is touted as a game-changer in the realm of mobile photography.


The Xiaomi 14 Ultra, with prices starting from 6,499 yuan, sports a 6.73-inch QHD+ AMOLED LTPO display with a smooth 120Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, it’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. The device also boasts a hefty 5,300mAh battery that supports 90W wired charging.


The highlight of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra is its quad-camera setup, featuring a hefty 50MP 1-inch sensor with Leica optics, a 50MP ultra-wide lens, a 50MP 3.2x telephoto, and another 50MP 5x telephoto camera. The front boasts a 32MP camera, ready to capture top-notch selfies.



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The Xiaomi 14 Ultra’s Professional Photography Kit is a revolutionary accessory that transforms the device into a camera for photography enthusiasts. The kit includes a camera handle, 67mm filter adapter rings, a lens cover, and a lanyard. It connects to the Xiaomi 14 Ultra via the USB-C port, ensuring a stable and reliable connection. The handle also features a built-in 1,500mAh battery and supports 90W wired charging.



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The Professional Photography Kit delivers a professional camera-like experience. It offers a strong and comfortable grip for one-hand usage. The accessory also comes with new functionalities. It now has a custom dial and a video recording button in addition to the two-stage shutter button and zoom lever. The custom dial can be used to adjust various settings like aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and more.


The Xiaomi 14 Ultra Professional Photography Kit carries a price tag of CNY 999, and is available in White and Black color options.


In conclusion, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra and its Professional Photography Kit are set to redefine smartphone photography. But what do you think? Will this new release revolutionize the way we capture moments? We’d love to hear your thoughts.



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