Xiaomi has launched in China its Xiaomi Civi, a new well-balanced smartphone with a focus on elegance and a new range of products.
Moving within limits Siomi. The company launched the Xiaomi Civi in China. This new smartphone should quietly create a new product, Xiaomi wants to drop the name “Mi”. The abandonment was announced by Siomi a few weeks ago, Is intended above all else Clarifying And combine the manufacturer’s offer, but without removing the existing device.
Either way, the Xiaomi CV wants to make a good impression. To do this, Xiaomi emphasizes the design of its new device, which is thin and light at 7mm thick, 71.5mm wide and measures 166g. Its glossy glass back also wants to give the desired fluffy touch.
Xiaomi CV, well balanced smartphone
Fortunately, CV’s interest also means. The smartphone is equipped with a mid-sized chip Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G, Launched last May and engraved by TSMC at 6 nm. It includes four high-performance Cortex A78 cores, a 5G X53 modem (3.3 Gbps and Wi-Fi 6E compatible) and an Adreno 642L GPU. The latter is useful in the game, thanks to its support for variable aspect ratio (VRS) to maximize performance without much impact on visual quality. To keep this Snapdragon 778G chip cool, Xiaomi finally explains using less than nine layers of graphene.
On the screen side, the brand relies on a curved 6.55-inch full HD + OLED panel. The latter can take advantage of the 120 Hz upgrade (up to 240 Hz Touch sample rate) and HDR10 + and Dolby Vision certifications. The calibration of this OLED panel is further to the point, according to Xiaomi with a delta E of 0.36 (the desired color and the difference displayed on the screen). For maximum light, it should reach 950 nits.
Source: Xiaomi via GSMArena
In the field of photography, Xiaomi, on the other hand, is very casual. It has a 64 MPx main module that opens the f / 1.8 lens without optical stabilization. The rest, you have to rely on the 8MPX sensor surrounded by the wide-angle lens that opens at f / 2.2, the third volume is limited to 2MPX for macro photography. On the front, the Xiaomi CV finally plays with a 32MPX sensor with autofocus.
The device is powered by a remaining 4500 mAh battery, which is capable of ensuring more than 24 hours of autonomy, Xiaomi said. It can be recharged in 45 minutes using a 55 W charger to connect via USB-C. Finally, we note that the album has Dolby Atmos and Hi-Res support.
For now, the Xiaomi CV has only been announced in China, where it will be available in three versions from September 30: 8GB RAM / 128GB storage for 2600 Yuan (approximately 345 Euro HD), 8GB RAM / 256GB 2900 Yuan (385 Euro HD) storage or 12GB RAM / 256GB storage at this time is 3200 Yuan (about 425 Euro HD). Keep in mind that future marketing in France, under another name, is not impossible.
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