At tomorrow’s event, Xiaomi will release the best-looking Xiaomi Civi smartphone in history. At the same time, the company will uncover its first spatial audio headset. We are talking about the Xiaomi True Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headset 3 Pro.
Xiaomi’s First Headset Supporting Spatial Audio
The Xiaomi True Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headset 3 Pro is Xiaomi’s first spatial audio headset. It supports a 360-degree surround sound field and claims to bring an immersive and shocking listening experience.
According to previous reports, the Xiaomi True Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headset 3 Pro can determine the environmental noise in real time, automatically adapt to the best mode, and have a maximum noise reduction depth of 40dB. At the same time, it has passed the official certification of the China Metrology Institute. This headset supports HiFi-level pure sound quality, adopts diamond-like dual magnetic units that have “super-sensitive vibration and restore every tiny sound detail.”
The poster also exposed the appearance of the Xiaomi True Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headset 3 Pro. It adopts an in-ear design with a rounded appearance and at least two colors of blue and white.
In May of this year, Xiaomi released its first flagship noise-cancelling headset – FlipBuds Pro, priced at 799 yuan ($124). It debuted the Qualcomm QCC5151 flagship chip and had a 40dB active noise reduction level. In other worlds, this headset could effectively isolate the noise in the environment. Apart from this, the headset has a battery life of 7 hours when the ANC is turned off. Combined with the use of the charging box, the whole machine has a battery life of up to 28 hours after the noise reduction is turned off.
Xiaomi Civi To Sport Top-Level Display
Though the Xiaomi TWS 3 Pro is a great headset, the Xiaomi Civi will be in the spotlight. Today, we learned that it would have a flagship-level display with a COP packaging technology. The screen is directly bent, and the display chip is “hidden” in the bending area of the screen to achieve a “borderless” visual effect. Its bending radius has been shortened by 9% as a whole, and the line spacing has been shortened by 15% through the optimization of the line under the screen. The UV glue on the bottom has been accurately thinned and shortened by 20%.
After these technological upgrades, the bottom edge of the Xiaomi Civi’s screen has become 2.55mm. This is the smallest chin ever made by a Xiaomi Mobile or even a phone of the same grade, comparable to the iPhone 12 mini. By the way, that’s an expensive technology.
The Xiaomi Civi also uses a flagship hyperboloid screen. It not only supports a 120Hz high refresh, but also comes with a real 10bit panel. The latter can display 1 billion colors. In addition, it will sport the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor, a 32MP camera, dual soft lights, and support AF autofocus.