Upcoming Launch: Xiaomi 14 Ultra Global Edition with Civi 4 Bag Key Certification

Upcoming Launch: Xiaomi 14 Ultra Global Edition with Civi 4 Bag Key Certification

Xiaomi is reportedly working on multiple new devices, including the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, Mix Flip, Pad 7 series of tablets, Mix Fold 4, and Civi 4. It is likely that all these devices may be unveiled in the first half of 2024. A recent development discloses that the Civi 4 and 14 Ultra’s global version have received certification as Flicker-Free devices by TÜV Rheinland, indicating a potential imminent launch for these devices.

Xiaomi 14 Ultra

Reports have revealed that the model numbers 24030PN60G and 24030PN60C correspond to the global and Chinese variants of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, respectively. The above screengrab indicates that the global version of the device has obtained approval from TUV Rhineland, but unfortunately, there is no information available regarding its specifications. However, it does bolster the news that it will be released in the global market. Speculation suggests that the Chinese variant of the 14 Ultra may launch by the end of this month, while its global release might follow a couple of weeks later.

Xiaomi Civi 4

In August 2023, a Xiaomi device with the model number 23041PN0DC surfaced in the IMEI database. Although the listing did not disclose the device’s name, speculation suggests it could be the Xiaomi Civi 4. Similar to its predecessors, the Civi 4 is anticipated to remain exclusive to the Chinese market. The provided screenshot indicates the alleged Civi 4’s appearance in TUV Rhienland’s database. According to a previous report, the Civi 4 might be equipped with the Dimensity 8300-Ultra chipset. Unfortunately, no additional details are currently available about the device. The model number hints at a potential launch in Q1 2024.

TÜV Rhienland’s Flicker Free Certification

TÜV Rhienland’s Flicker Free certification means that it has conducted tests on these products to assess whether its display generates visible or invisible flicker, which could strain the user’s eyes. The tests, based on international standards and industry norms, establish minimum standards across frequency ranges. The product has undergone laboratory testing, and the “Flicker Free” designation affirms that the device meets these standards, ensuring no visible or invisible flicker within the 0 – 3000 Hz range across different brightness settings.

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