Xiaomi has been on a roll in recent months, releasing a wealth of products that have been appreciated by customers and critics alike for the excellent features and affordable price tags.
A new product will join the Xiaomi family in the form of the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite.
The new device is a streamlined version of the Mi Note 10, which is already on sale in China. Due to concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the company decided to hold the launch event via an official stream that was beamed on the internet.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 specs
On the front of the device resides an impressive 6.47-inch AMOLED panel, which has a 3D curved design and can output an FHD+ resolution of 1080 x 2340. A TÜV Rheinland low blue light certification infers that the screen will not strain the eyes of prospective users. The U-shaped notch houses a 16MP camera that should provide great selfies.
The main attraction located on the rear is a quad-camera array. Sony provided the primary sensor, an IMX686, with a 64MP resolution. An 8MP ultra-wide angle sensor, 5MP depth sensor, a 2MP sensor accompany the primary sensor and promise great images and videos.
In the heart of the device is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor paired with 6GB of RAM. Buyers will have the option to choose between 64GB or 28GB of built-in storage space. A version with 8GB of RAM was also mentioned, but it may be launched at a later date.
Other features and the price
The MIUI 11 UI and Android ten will be pre-loaded on the device. An in-display fingerprint sensor will ensure that the users can unlock the device at a breezy speed.
Several connectivity perks are included as the device comes with USB Type-C port, 4G LTE, NFC Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. The popular 3.5mm jack that has been abandoned by many also makes an appearance.
The base Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite model comes with 64GB of storage space at €349, while the 128GB will cost €399.
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