Xiaomi Civi Design Teased Officially; Hands-on Video and Key Specifications Leak

Xiaomi Civi leaked image

Xiaomi Civi will come with triple rear cameras, punch-hole display, Dolby Atmos Sound, and a clean design.

Xiaomi’s new Civi smartphone series is confirmed to launch on September 27 in China. Today, the company took to Weibo to reveals Xiaomi Civi’s rear design, which shows a slim design. The phone has a rectangular camera block on the back that houses three sensors, and the LED units are lined up in a horizontal fashion. It has a brushed rear finish with a power button and volume rockers located on the right side.

Xiaomi Civi official teaser

Ahead of the launch, a leaked hands-on video of Xiaomi Civi popped up on the internet that gives a close look at the phone. The phone has a curved display with slim bezels on all sides, offering a high screen-to-body ratio. It has a centered punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera. Xiaomi Civi is tipped to feature an AMOLED display and Dolby Atmos sound. It is said to have a thickness of just 6.98mm and weighs nearly 166 grams.

Xiaomi Civi is rumored to come as a replacement to its popular “CC” series. According to Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun, “Xiaomi Civi. With fashionable and diversified design and innovative imaging technology. Accompany every self-satisfied and confident young man, explore the innate beauty of self.” 

So, the Xiaomi Civi series will mainly focus on design and cameras for the youths. It seems true as the leaked hands-on video also shows a good-looking phone with a slim profile and a clean camera module. Xiaomi tipster @Xiaomiui claims that the Xiaomi Civi will come with a 64MP primary shooter joined with an ultrawide and a 3x telemacro sensor. It is said to have the capability to capture 8k and 960FPS Slow-mo videos. 

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The phone could be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G chipset. It is tipped to feature an AMOLED panel with a 90Hz refresh rate, 20:9 aspect ratio, and a fingerprint sensor under the display. 

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