On September 27, Xiaomi will launch the all-new Civi smartphone in China, the successor to the CC9 and CC9 Pro camera phones. There are still four days left before the announcement, but the official teaser of the smartphone has already been published on the Web, revealing its design, as well as many live photos and even a video starring Qiwi!

Perhaps Civi will become one of the Chinese company’s most popular smartphones, because at a low price it will offer a camera with a 64-megapixel main sensor and a pair of additional sensors working together with a telephoto lens and an ultra-wide-angle lens.

It can be seen that the smartphone received a curved display with a front camera built into the center, one speaker, a USB-C port. There are no fingerprints on the body of the scanner, so it is built into the screen. It is expected that the display frame rate will be 90 Hz, and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G SoC will act as a hardware basis.

There are no prices yet, but there is no doubt that the price of Civi will be formed with an eye on the predecessors CC9 and CC9 Pro. That is, in the home market, the device will cost about 300-400 dollars. As for our market, Civi should debut with us under the designation Mi Note 11 or Mi Note 11 Pro — but only if Xiaomi decides to keep this line. Otherwise, it will either be the original Civi designation or something else.