Xiaomi phone spotted on MIIT certification website; likely to be the upcoming Xiaomi Civi 4

The Chinese smartphone brand Xiaomi has recently unveiled its latest Xiaomi 14 series in the Indian market. This series has already been introduced globally as well as in China. Now Xiaomi is rumored to unveil its next smartphone- Xiaomi Civi 4 in its home country China. Lately, a lot of updates regarding this upcoming device have been shared online.

Today a new Xiaomi phone has been spotted on China’s MIIT certification website with model number 2405PY09C.

The database reveals that the device supports 5G connectivity and NR NSA/ NR SA/ TD-LTE/ LTE FDD/ WCDMA/ CDMA 1X/ GSM standards. This mysterious device is suspected to be the upcoming Xiaomi Civi 4 smartphone but we do need to wait for the actual confirmation.

Xiaomi Civi 4: Specifications (expected)

The upcoming device is said to sport a Curved-edge OLED display that offers 1.5k resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate. It might feature dual front cameras and a 50MP main rear camera with OIS support with Leica. It may be powered by a Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 chipset while it is expected to be backed by a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 90W fast charging.

Stay tuned with us to get all the latest updates regarding the Xiaomi Civi 4 smartphone.


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