This year, Xiaomi is planning to make some phones. The Xiaomi CIVI 2 that will be offered only in China is one of the well-known products that will likely go official next month. The Redmi 11A low-cost smartphone is another item that is expected to launch soon this year. Both the phones have since been spotted on China 3C certification.
Xiaomi CIVI 2 with model number 2209129SC offers 67W fast charging support as per 3C certification. However, the Redmi 11A supports 10W charging speed. The certifications also confirm the fact that both the models offer 5G connectivity. Compared to the Redmi 10A, which supports only 4G connectivity, this will be an advance.
Unfortunately, other than that, no additional details are available. Some of its components have been leaked before CIVI 2. It is speculated that Xiaomi CIVI 2 will debut with mid-range specifications. The successor is speculated to be a camera-centric gadget just like the CIVI.
Specifications: OLED display with full-HD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate is most likely to be similar to the CIVI 2. The screen is expected to include Dolby Vision support and be curved at the edges. Additionally, the display will act as an in-display fingerprint scanner.
As per the rumours, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 SoC will be powering the CIVI 2. It will be improved by the Snapdragon 778G SoC. The gadget is expected to have regular battery capacity, but it will offer a speedy 67W fast charging.
No information has been given about the camera of the phone yet. Remember that the 32MP selfie lens included with the CIVI was advertised as the major selling point of the device. Having said that, we can speculate that the selfie camera of the CIVI 2 will be its major selling point. In addition, the rear camera is expected to improve.
Redmi 11A Specifications: There is currently no information available about the Redmi 11A. However, 3C recognition confirms its support for 5G. Additionally, Redmi will replace MediaTe’s Helio processor from the Redmi 10A with Dimensity SoC or other Snapdragon SoCs. It should be visible in the coming months.