Is the Latest Xiaomi 14 Ultra Waterproof? 

During a launch event held in its hometown of China, Xiaomi finally and officially unveiled its highly-awaited flagship smartphone, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra. The brand has brought up the device with several impressive high-end features and specifications that make it a true flagship model. These features include a stunning 2K OLED LTPO display, the latest and most powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, Android 14-based HyperOS, and more. Despite such amazing features, the biggest question arises: is the newest Xiaomi 14 Ultra waterproof? Let us find out.

With that, Android devices have evolved a lot with time in terms of durability, like water protection, but there is always a question: How much? Simultaneously, the new Xiaomi 14 Ultra offers incredible performance with regards to its powerful chipset. 

What does an IP68 mean? 

Is the Latest Xiaomi 14 Ultra Waterproof? 

In the meantime, the simplest answer to the question is: is the new flagship, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, waterproof? YES! The device is fully waterproof; it’s not water-resistant, meaning it can easily handle water splashes and rain drops, and it can fully submerge in about 1.5 meters of water for up to 30 minutes. Although the recently unveiled Xiaomi 14 Ultra comes with an IP68 rating, which is considered the highest amount of protection against water and dust particles, respectively,.

The IP, or Ingress Protection Rating, is a standard level of measurement that tells us that the device is protected against two kinds of ingress: solid ingress (fine dust particles) and liquid ingress (water), respectively. In the case of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, the device comes with an IP68 certification, where the first digit following the IP rating, which is 6, highlights that the device is highly dust-proof.

On the flip side, the second digit in an IP rating, which is 8 (in the case of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra), signifies that the device has the highest level of protection against water. At the same time, the device is perfectly capable of handling water splashes and rain drops; it’s specially designed to fully submerge in about 1.5 meters of water for up to 30 minutes, which means that you can easily take your device worry-free near any water bodies.

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Shazia Irani

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