The capsule remains at the front for the two 32MP cameras, but the Snapdragon processor has been replaced by MediaTek Dimensity.
In China, Xiaomi introduced the Civi 3 smartphone, which brings big changes compared to Civi 2 (Xiaomi 13 Lite in our case). On the other hand, the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chip developed by Qualcomm has been dropped, replaced by the MediaTek Dimensity 8200 Ultra chip, which uses an ISP developed in collaboration with Xiaomi and MediaTek. This is how this SoC differs from the regular Dimensity 8200, also made with 4nm process technology, and uses an octa-core, 64-bit CPU (1 x 3.1 GHz Cortex-A78 + 3 x 3 GHz Cortex-A78 + 4 x 2 GHz Cortex-A55, 4MB L3 cache), supports LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.1 storage, and the GPU is ARM Mali-G610 MC6.
As in previous years, the Civi is focused on the camera, and the front cameras are singled out as a draw. It’s two 32MP sensors, housed in an elongated disc cut into the upper center part of the screen, and dual-color LEDs (flashing in cool and warm colors) are embedded in the frame. The front camera is optically stable and autofocus, while the secondary camera is ultra wide with a field of view of up to 100 degrees, and both can record 4K video. According to Xiaomi, their software uses artificial intelligence to flash the LED lights on the front panel in such a way that the color of the selfies is as natural as possible, and the user can choose different lighting as needed.
There are three cameras in a large circle on the back, the most notable being the 50MP optically stabilized main camera using the Sony IMX800 sensor being the 8MP wide and 2MP macro camera. As it was in its predecessor.
On the front, it remains a 6.55-inch curved AMOLED panel with FHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. Protection is provided by Gorilla Glass 5, and according to Xiaomi, the maximum white brightness is 1,500 nits. The battery is 4,500mAh, charging is 67W on the wire, and wireless isn’t an option. The phone comes with 12 or 16 GB of LPDDR5x RAM and up to 1 TB of UFS 3.1 storage can be chosen among the Chinese models. The program is based on Android 13, and the user interface is MIUI 14.
The mobile phone comes in four colors, except for the two-tone gray for the back. The base 12/256 GB model will go on sale in China for 2,499 yuan on May 31, which is equivalent to 123,000 HUF.
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