The Xiaomi 14 Ultra camera module has just appeared online. Along with it, a tipster has also revealed some camera details. This information comes from Anvin, who shared it via X (formerly known as Twitter).
The Xiaomi 14 Ultra camera module appeared, along with some specs
You can see what the camera module will look like below. Truth be said this is just the top part of the entire camera module, but it does reveal where the cameras will sit. Yes, there will be four of them, along with some additional sensors.
Now, Xiaomi is said to utilize Sony’s LYT-900 (LYTIA) camera sensor for the main camera on the phone. That is the same camera that OPPO used in the OPPO Find X7 Ultra. It will feature a VARIO-SUMMILUX 1:1.63-2.5/12-120 aspherical lens from Leica on top of that sensor. You’ll also get f/1.63-f/2.5 variable aperture as part of the package.
The tipster also mentioned that the main camera will be backed by a 120mm periscope telephoto lens. That is basically everything Anvin shared thus far.
Previously shared information is a bit different
Now, it’s worth noting that this info kind of goes against what Digital Chat Station shared back in October. Digital Chat Station is way more prominent when it comes to tips and is rarely wrong, so take the information Anvin shared with a grain of salt.
Digital Chat Station said that an f/1.6-f/4.0 variable aperture will be included, which is quite different from what Anvin reported. Just to be clear, we’re talking about multi-stop aperture, not dual-stop like the company included in the Xiaomi 13 Ultra.
Digital Chat Station also said that four 50-megapixel cameras will sit on the back of the phone. If we had to guess, we’d say that the device will include a wide main camera, an ultrawide unit, a telephoto camera, and a periscope telephoto unit.
It’s also worth noting that a new camera kit with a battery will be available for the phone. The Xiaomi 14 Ultra is expected to launch in April, but it could arrive sooner.