By TechThop Team
Posted on: 18 Aug, 2022
The company launched the CIVI 1S earlier this year with a faster processor. In comparison to its predecessor, the upcoming CIVI 2 will feature several improvements.
Xiaomi 2209129SC is a 5G-enabled device, as indicated by its 3C certification. Further, it reveals that it may ship an MDY-12-EF charger with a 67W maximum charging speed.
As the name implies, the original CIVI also supports rapid charging at 67W as well as continuous charging.
A previous report reported that the device would also have a curved AMOLED display with a punch-hole design, like the CIVI and CIVI 1S. A 120Hz refresh rate, Full HD+ resolution, and Dolby Vision will be supported.
As part of the display panel, a fingerprint scanner will be embedded into it. As of right now, the exact size of the screen of the phone has not been confirmed.
As mentioned earlier, the device is likely to come equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chipset. It is expected that the front and rear cameras of the phone will be improved when it arrives.
The battery capacity of the new CIVI is currently unknown to us and we do not yet know when it will be available. The original CIVI was unveiled in September of last year.
As a result, it appears that the Chinese market will receive the CIVI 2 around the same time. There is a possibility that the CIVI 2 will not be released globally, as were the existing CIVI models.
The screenshot above shows that another device with the same 3C approval code as 22095RA98C has also been approved by the authority that approves devices in this category.
A 5G phone at the entry-level. A 10W charger has been spotted at the 3C certification as the cause of the problem. The handset could be the upcoming Redmi 11A.
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