Xiaomi Civi: Components of Xiaomi's new mid-range phone revealed
Xiaomi released the Civi a few weeks ago. The phone looks to be a replacement for the Mi CC series that debuted back in 2019, with a similar focus on youth, striking design, and cameras. While the phone has been revealed in full already, a report now also provides information on the individual components of the Xiaomi Civi.
The Civi's 1080p 120 Hz AMOLED is made by Chinese display maker Huaxing. It's a curved display and it appears Xiaomi is relying on Huaxing for panels used on its mid-range phones. Embedded within the display is a fingerprint reader, an optical sensor supplied by Goodix. The Snapdragon 778G is, of course, supplied by Qualcomm. Hynix supplies LPDDR4X RAM and UFS 2.2 storage.
Camera-wise, the main 64 MP sensor is Samsung's GW3. The 8 MP ultra-wide-angle is Sony's IMX355, while the 2 MP macro sensor is GalaxyCore's GC02M1. At the front is Sony's 32MP IMX616 in an attempt to fulfill promises of the phone being a camera-centric offering. Qualcomm's FastConnect 6700 delivers connectivity chops.