The last days of April will be quite hectic for Xiaomi fans. The company will reveal on April 27, next Monday, the highly-anticipated MIUI 12 OS update and a new smartphone dubbed Mi 10 Youth. The handset basically is a rebranded Mi 10 Lite with Snapdragon 765G, OLED display, 48MP camera, and an affordable price tag. Today, the referred smartphone has made a visit to the Chinese TENAA.
Under the hood, we have a 2.4GHz CPU that is the exact speed of Snapdragon 765 top core. The Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth will come in three RAM options – 4GB, 6GB, and whopping 8GB. These RAM variants will meet 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB of storage, respectively. Those specifications are built around a 6.57-inch OLED display with waterdrop notch and under-display fingerprint scanner. On the back, there’s a Quad-Camera setup lead by a 48MP shooter.
The new smartphone draws power from a 4,060mAh battery with fast-charging. It will be either an 18W or 27W charging rate. Unfortunately, there’s still no info about microSD support or 3.5mm audio jack. However, the lack of any of these would be a great miss. Apparently, this handset will debut in some markets as Mi 10 SE. Although we believe it is a worthy candidate for the Mi A series.
More details will keep coming as the launch date is on the horizon.