Xiaomi Civi Unveiled – The Latest mid-ranger

The latest mid-ranger from Xiaomi- Xiaomi Civi, is one of the kind till date….

This year Xiaomi is coming up with many changes including;

  • Dropping of the ‘Mi’
  • Rebranding of the CC line

The Xiaomi Civi has come up with major and some shocking changes;

  • Not being camera-obsessed
  • No 100+ megapixel sensor
  • No 5x tele camera

While the Civi has placed much more emphasis on its design. It is powered by Snapdragon 778G, which has been one of the exciting chipsets in recent.

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Providing a competition to the Samsung-780 G-5nm…Other features of it include,

  • TSMC’s 6nm processor
  • Four Cortex A78 based cores
  • Adreno 642 L GPU and a X53 5G modem
  • Nine layers of graphene

It has a 1080p+ OLED display supporting both HDR 10+ and Dolby vision.The display can have a maximum peak brightness of 950 nits.

The Camera specifications included a 64MP sensor with 0.7um pixels with no optical stabilization. While the other camera has a 120 degrees ultra wide-angle lens with an 8 MP sensor. Besides the above, there’s a 2MP macro camera at its back.

While for the selfies it provides with a 32 MP shooter with an autofocus lens….

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Xiaomi claimed with a 4500 mAh battery it can be charged within 45 minutes. Though, provided speakers with Dolby Atmos support a Hi-Res audio certification while providing a USB-C port for wired headphones.

Xiaomi boasting about the design, told about its dimensions,

  • Under 7mm thickness
  • Tips scaling at 166g
  • A width of 71.5mm

With the start of its pre-sale, today in China, its availability at online and offline platforms is hoped to be from the 30th of September.

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