Xiaomi’s flagship, the Xiaomi 14, makes its global debut on February 25th. According to recent leaks, this smartphone will have a starting price of €1,099 in Europe for the version with 12 GB RAM and 512 GB storage.
This value represents an increase compared to the price of its predecessor, the Xiaomi 13, which was launched last year for 999 euros with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage.
While Chinese models of the Xiaomi 14 with 512GB of storage or more come with 16GB of RAM, for global consumers it appears to have been reduced to 12GB of RAM for the 512GB variant, according to the leak.
On the other hand, the leak supports previous rumors that suggested this The Pro version of the Xiaomi 14 remains exclusive to China. This could be due to the simultaneous launch of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra alongside the standard model.
Apparently Xiaomi assumes that consumers will choose the basic Xiaomi 14 or the more comprehensive Xiaomi 14 Ultra.
Furthermore, according to current reports, it continues to develop a special titanium edition for the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, It is expected to have a 16GB RAM and 1TB storage configuration exclusively.
Regardless of the variant, both the standard and ultra models have high-end features such as the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, a camera developed jointly with Leica and a high-resolution AMOLED display.