A 6.55-inch screen in a 6.1-inch smartphone. Unpacking, live photos, tests, sample photos of Xiaomi Civi S1 – the most compact model of Xiaomi

Xiaomi officially unveiled its most compact smartphone, the Civi 1S, on April 21, and now Chinese sources have published its reviews. You can admire the live photos of the device, assess the photos taken by the main camera, as well as the results of the AnTuTu test.

Civi 1S is clearly aimed at the female audience, as can be seen in the commercials and marketing materials. The smartphone turned out to be compact: the thickness was 6.98 mm, weight – 166 grams. The source compares the novelty with the iPhone 13, which has a screen with a diagonal of 6.1 inches, but it is wider, thicker and heavier. It turns out that Xiaomi has managed to fit a 6.1-inch smartphone with a 6.55-inch screen.

By the way, the Xiaomi Civi 1S screen is slightly curved. It features Full HD+ resolution, 120 Hz frame rate, 100% DCI-P3 color space coverage, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision support.

The Xicomi Civi 1S’s main camera features a 64MP, 8MP and 2MP sensor. The first works in conjunction with a wide-angle lens with an aperture of F/1.79 and an EFR of 24 mm, the second works with an ultra-wide-angle lens with an aperture of F/2.2 and an EFR of 16 mm, and the third is used for macro photography. And here’s how the model’s main camera shoots in low light:

As for the Civi 1S’s performance, there’s not much to count on. The smartphone is based on the SoC Snapdragon 778G+, whose capabilities are estimated at about 550,000 points in AnTuTu. This is almost exactly half of what smartphones on the SoC Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 can do.

The review concludes: Xiaomi Civi 1S is good for those who need a smartphone with an attractive design, easy to operate with one hand and a good camera. In China, the basic version of the device, recall, costs $350.

Previous Post

Ridley Scott to make a film about Ethereum blockchain platform

Next Post

Bitcoin can no longer be saved? The rate has fallen to nearly $34,000

Related Posts