Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite will arrive with Snapdragon 730G and five cameras


Xiaomi Mi Note 10

One of the things that most caught the attention during the presentation of the Xiaomi Mi 10 was its price. The company decided to raise the cost of its best mobiles to put them up to the competition. In exchange, they launched a device that we had not heard anything about, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite, a smartphone that boasted of being the cheapest 5G mobile on the market.

It seems that this will be Xiaomi’s strategy in the future, to launch high-end devices at high prices and, at the same time, offer a lite version at low-cost with lower specifications.

And that’s just what the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite looks like, a device with a code name Xiaomi M2002F4LG, that has been recently leaked.

Mi Note 10 Lite: A cheap version of the Xiaomi Mi Note 10

At the end of last year, when Xiaomi introduced the Xiaomi Mi Note 10, many believed that its cost was too high. This is something that anticipated the price increase of the Xiaomi Mi 10. But there was no cheaper version until now.

The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite has been certified by the FCC. The document reveals the following differences between the Mi Note 10 and the new M2002F4LG:

  • Screen: same (6.47″ FHD+ curved OLED, 19:9, waterdrop notch)
  • Rear cameras: 64MP + 8MP + 8MP + 5MP + 2MP
  • Laser focus: no laser auto-focus
  • Battery capacity: same (5260mAh)
  • Network: LTE band 41 supported
  • CPU: same (Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G)
  • Software: Android 10 with MIUI 11
  • Charging: same (30W charging)
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The phone will have a 6.47″ OLED curved screen with FHD resolution. The front camera will be 16MP, and not 32MP as in the original Mi Note 10. And, surprisingly, the number of rear cameras of that mobile would be maintained. Yes, it would have 5 cameras. The main would be 64MP, the secondary 8MP (we assume it would be a wide-angle) and would have three more, 8MP (a three-magnification telephoto), A 5 MP sensor (a macro) And one of 2 MP (depth measurement).

The battery would be just as powerful as its predecessor, with 5260mAh and 30W fast cable charging, although it is not expected to have wireless charging. The version of the system that it would use would be Android 10 with MIUI 11, something that is not strange.

At the moment, we know neither the launch date nor the price of the device, but we will for sure get new leaks and rumors soon.

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