Xiaomi launched Note 10 in November last year. Less than half a year later, the Xiaomi Note 10 Lite surfaced. At least, we and GSMArena think so.
Today Xiaomi Note 10 Lite with a model number M2002F4LG has passed the Thai NBTC certification. This means that the machine is not far from the market.
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Although Thailand NBTC did not disclose any specifications of the alleged Xiaomi Note 10 Lite, this phone received FCC certification last month, and relevant details have been announced.
On the whole, the Xiaomi Note 10 Lite is like the youth version of the CC9 Pro. We mean there are too many features we can find in this phone’s specs list. Say, it uses a 6.47-inch FHD+ OLED display. Under the hood, the phone carries the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G mobile platform. The battery capacity is 5260mAh and it supports 30W flash charging.
Also, like the CC9 Pro, our protagonist the Xiaomi Note 10 Lite also uses a penta-camera solution. However, the resolution of the main camera is reduced from 100MP on CC9 Pro to 64MP. It also has two 8MP, one 5MP and one 2MP lenses. It does not support laser focusing.
It is worth noting that the Xiaomi Note 10 Lite is pre-installed with Android 10 system (Xiaomi CC9 Pro pre-installed with Android 9).
Considering that this is a 4G smartphone, it is unlikely to be listed in the mainland China market. So those who have been wishing a CC9 Pro Lite like handset outside China, will be able to get their hands on it soon.