Xiaomi released Mi 10 series, including Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro globally. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer announced in an event held online instead of a physical launch due to coronavirus pandemic. The surprise announcement was the release of a Lite version of the flagship series, which is one of the cheapest 5G smartphones available today.
The new Mi 10 Lite has 6GB of RAM and 5G support with more features in a low €350 price tag. It comes with a Snapdragon 765G chipset, which has an integrated 5G modem in it. It also has LiquidCool tech to keep the internals cool.
Other than fancy 5G chipset, the phone also has an AMOLED display of 6.57-inch size with TrueColor tech. Not only this, but Mi 10 Lite also gets a 90Hz refresh rate screen, which is becoming a norm in the smartphone industry nowadays.
Mi 10 Lite has a quad-camera setup and a primary sensor of 48MP along with a secondary 16MP selfie camera. It comes loaded with features like ‘Night Mode’ and ‘Dynamic Scaping.’ The phone has a battery capacity of 4,160mAh and comes with 20W fast charging. The 5G model will be available for just €350 in May and comes in Gray, White, and Green color.