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Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The Xiaomi 14 series, which was launched in China last October, immediately received a warm welcome. This flagship cellphone sold 1.5 million units in a short time.

Analysts predict that Xiaomi 14 will also gain popularity in the global market. In this way, the Chinese cellphone market, which has been sluggish since the last few quarters, can gradually recover.

It doesn’t stop there, Xiaomi is again preparing the Xiaomi 14 Ultra variant which is predicted to help boost sales.

Like its predecessor Ultra variant, Xiaomi will provide classy specifications in terms of photography.

This cellphone is planned to be available on the market in April 2024, according to a leak from tipster Fixed Focus, quoted from GizmoChina, Wednesday (22/11/2023).

It looks like the launch of Chinese cellphones will start to get busy in the first half of 2024. In mid-December, the launch of Chinese cellphones will slow down slightly.

Apart from the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, there are two Chinese cellphones that will also enliven the industry at the beginning of next year. Respectively are Huawei P70 and Vivo X100 Ultra.

Both are flagships targeting the premium market. The Huawei P70 is predicted to launch in March 2024, while the Vivo X100 Ultra will follow in April 2023.

The leak is that the Vivo X100 Ultra will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. This chip replaces the Dimensity 9300 in its predecessor series.

Previous reports said the VIvo X100 Ultra and Xiaomi 14 Ultra will use a 1-inch jumbo camera sensor from Sony. Meanwhile, the Huawei P70 will reportedly use a homemade camera sensor, after receiving US sanctions and not being able to partner with Sony.

Another leak is that the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will have a significant increase in battery capacity, which will be increased to 5,500 mAh from 5,000 mAh in its predecessor series.

The influx of flagship cellphones from China will add pressure to the iPhone 15 as a product from the United States (US). The flagship reportedly did not receive much enthusiasm due to several factors.

One of them is because of China’s arrival of the Huawei Mate 60 Pro, which was launched just two weeks before the release of the iPhone 15. The Huawei Mate 60 Pro sold well in China and caused interest in the iPhone 15 to decline. In fact, China is one of the most important markets for Apple’s business.

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