The premiere of Xiaomi 14 is most likely the day after the Snapdragon Summit, on October 27
It seems that the Chinese company Xiaomi wants to be the first to present devices with the upcoming Quacomm chipset, so it has allegedly scheduled the premiere of the new series of phones for the day after the end of the Snapdragon Summit. This means that we should probably see the Xiaomi 14 series with the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipsets already on October 27.
This information is unofficial, coming from China and reported by portals there, citing several Internet insiders and Xiaomi staff.
The upcoming Xiaomi series is the successor to the Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro phones that were introduced in December last year. If the company does not decide to surprise, we should see two devices in the new one, namely the basic and Pro variant of the device.
Xiaomi 14 is said to arrive with a new design, Leica cameras with three different focal lengths, and if the company decides not to change the operating system to MiOS, then it should have MIUI 15 based on Android 14 OS. The Pro model will probably follow the trend of its competitors, so it will reportedly have a titanium frame and satellite connection.
Both models have already been certified for sale in China by the relevant authorities, and we can expect upgrades in terms of screen, camera capabilities, fast charging and battery capacity. If the chipset that is supposed to run it really becomes more expensive as it is rumored, we can of course expect corrections in terms of a higher price.
As previously announced, and the unofficial premiere date coincides with it, both phones should be powered by a new processor, namely the upcoming Qualcomm flagship chipset for mobile phones – Snapdragon 8 Gen 3.
The public expects that this chipset will be launched at this year’s Snapdragon Summit, which is being held in Hawaii between October 24 and 26, and information has been circulating on the Internet for months that the Chinese company will be one of the brands that will include this processor in its devices shortly after launch. .