Yesterday, Qualcomm revealed a new fast-charging solution for mid-range phones with Snapdragon 765. The solution is dubbed Quick Charge 3+ and can charge a battery from flat 0 to 50% in just 15 minutes. The press release revealed that the first smartphone to come integrated with this technology will be the Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite Zoom. Interestingly enough, there’s still no smartphone with this name in Global markets. So we can easily assume that it is the global moniker of the recently released Mi 10 Youth.
Previous reports were pointing that the Mi 10 Youth would be the Chinese variant of the Mi 10 Lite released in March. However, it’s a different handset. While both devices share similar design and hardware, the 10 Youth has a telephoto lens that boosts its camera capabilities. So, it makes perfect sense for Xiaomi to release it as Mi 10 Lite Zoom, due to its natural zoom capabilities. Of course, it will come with a slight increase in the price.
The Mi 10 Lite 5G was released at €350 in Europe, the Zoom variant may go official with a price tag of around €420. While it may not be so cheap as other mid-range phones, it’s one of the cheapest smartphones to deliver seamless 5G connectivity.
Mi 10 Lite Zoom specifications
- 6.57-inch Waterdrop OLED display with FHD+ resolution
- Snapdragon 765G with integrated 5G modem
- 6GB / 8GB of RAM
- 64GB / 128GB / 256GB of Storage
- 48MP main camera + 8MP telephoto + 8MP ultrawide + 2MP macro
- 16MP selfie snapper
- 4,160mAh battery
- Android 10 OS and MIUI 11
- Quick Charge 3+ and Quick Charge 4+ support