Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth surfaces in TENAA database


Mi 10 Youth

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.

 

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