PabloHerrer, 21 May 2020I am tired of waiting for a phone. You know if redmi 10X will be available in Europe?It is available. I ordered on giztop. They took the piss really though. I had to cancel because I don't think they really had it. I'll tell you an absolutely amazing phone I have just seen on AliExpress. It's called the Vivo iqoo z1 and it's recorded scores of 500,000 on antutu. It's using the new mediatek dimensity 1000+ chipset. It's 5G. It comes in 128gb or 256gb storage with 6-8gb ram. You may pay customs but can be bought including shipping for 300 euros on AliExpress. It looks amazing. No amoled but I can cope with that. 144hz screen refresh rate and 180hz touch sampling rate so will be super responsive. But it has a big 4500mah battery accompanied by incredible 44w charging. I can't see any real fault with this phone.I think the sacrifice of amoled and an sd slot on the redmi 10x 5G is worthwhile considering what you are getting on top.
sm4rt4ss, 13 Jun 2020Are you sure? On some other website I found that it has Sony IMX 586.Basically, from what I have read a few months ago, it uses both the OmniVision sensor, as well as the Sony one. It's dependant on region (just like Samsung uses Exynos chips in some place, while others get Snapdragon, for the exact same phone).
Anyway, I'm not entirely sure which region gets which sensor, but I read that for us, europeans, the phone comes with the OmniVision one. It might be the same for ALL global versions, though.
I hope this helps.
sm4rt4ss, 13 Jun 2020Hello,
I'm choosing between this phone and Redmi Note 9 Pro, Note 9 Pro is 299€ in my count... moreActually, it's OmniVision. But you do get video 4K resolution video recording at 60 frames per second, which is really awesome. Anyway, I've heard good things about their sensors.
Plus, all of the cool features of MIUI 12 will be supported by the Mi 10 Lite 5G, like SUPER WALLPAPERS, animated icons and such. Only a few Xiaomi phones will support them and the Mi 10 Lite 5G is one of those phones.
Go for it!
I'm choosing between this phone and Redmi Note 9 Pro, Note 9 Pro is 299€ in my country. Mi 10 Lite is 315€ from Banggood. I like Mi10 Lite better because of the OLED panel and better processesor. Can someone tell me if the 48mp camera sensor is Sony or Samsung? :)
Ivan, 11 Jun 2020Hello Spanky. This phone hasn't been released here in the UK although I've seen it on ebay in ... moreThank you. Usually, they specify on the product page if it's the global version. If it has GMS, it's definitely not the chinese one.
Also, I see that GSMArena has also added the SAR values to the phone's specifications page.
Anyway, here's hoping that they will be able to deliver sufficient stocks of this phone, to Europe, soon.
Spanky, 11 Jun 2020Does anyone know if the 8/256 version is available anywhere in Europe? Have you seen it anywhe... moreHello Spanky. This phone hasn't been released here in the UK although I've seen it on ebay in all versions and colours. I guess they are Chinese versions though...
Does anyone know if the 8/256 version is available anywhere in Europe? Have you seen it anywhere? Mi Germany only has the 6/64 and 6/128 versions. So do all of the (very few) online stores in Europe which have the Mi 10 Lite in stock.
I want to know if we're getting the 8/256 version later or if it's not coming to Europe at all. Xiaomi customer support says that they can't tell me with this problem because they don't sell the phone directly from their global website, apparently.
No wifi 6 (ax) ?
Anonymous, 04 Jun 2020Lol!!! Why are you quarrelling here? Just go to the nearest Xiaomi store. This site only talks... moreI beg to differ. I don't think that anyone put you in charge about what people are allowed to talk about and what not. Availability and pricing has everything to do with the phones, since people want to be informed about such things. And that's the most important purpose of such websites: obtaining and exchanging informations.
In other news, I checked out Xiaomi Spain's website today and they offer a free pair of True Wireless Earbuds for purchasing the 6/128 version of the Mi 10 Lite. Hopefully, they will have the same offer in all of Europe and for all versions!
Spanky, 03 Jun 2020Thanks! That's SOME good news. Hopefully, it will be widely available in the coming days. B... moreLol!!! Why are you quarrelling here? Just go to the nearest Xiaomi store. This site only talks about smartphone specs, not about the availability and price of every smartphone in each country. Each country is different. No smartphone manufacturer launch all smartphone in any country except Apple.
jon snow, 03 Jun 2020amazon.it sell it to 349 EuroThanks! That's SOME good news. Hopefully, it will be widely available in the coming days.
But I don't get this. How come it's only available in just a few stores/countries? Do they have stock shortages? Do they have import issues? Did the friggate with european models sink?
Surely something strange is going on. How come the Mi Note 9 is in stock all over the place, while the elusive Mi 10 Lite is being disregarded by its very makers? Both phones were officially released on the same day, by the way. But, apparently, only one of them is important enough for the manufacturers.
Ivan, 02 Jun 2020Yeah, mid-June, maybe! In which country are you based?
In the Chinese Xiaomi website the 8/... moreWell, as I have said, only the 6/64 version is available here, at the moment. Only one store sells it and only the grey version. It's overpriced, at 400 euros. No 8/256 variant (yet!). But this happened to the Mi Note 10 Lite as well: it only got down to the normal 350 euros pricing (for the 6/64 version) once it became widely available. I'm guessing that they're trying to take advantage of the limited availability, in order to increase profits.
Also, perhaps the 8/128 version is exclusive to China. That's why you only saw it on the chinese regional website.
Anyway, please drop a line here if you find out something about store availability (regardless of country).
Spanky, 02 Jun 2020What??? Mid-june??? Grumble-grumble…
Anyway, I was eyeballing a 8/128 version too. But, acc... moreYeah, mid-June, maybe! In which country are you based?
In the Chinese Xiaomi website the 8/128 is an option but looking at Portugal, Spain, France and Germany websites none of the 8GB RAM versions are available! That's such a big mistake! How much is the 8/256 version in your country?
Ivan, 02 Jun 2020Also, in Spain they have released both: Mi 10 Lite and Mi Note 10 Lite being the first one 20 ... moreWhat??? Mid-june??? Grumble-grumble…
Anyway, I was eyeballing a 8/128 version too. But, according to the official website, there is NO 8/128 version! There are only 3 variants: 6/64, 6/128 and 8/256. Only the Mi Note 10 Lite has a 8/128 configuration, unfortunately.
So, I'm going for the 6/128 one. The 8/256 version is quite pricey.
Also, in Spain they have released both: Mi 10 Lite and Mi Note 10 Lite being the first one 20 euros cheaper than the Note version! But there are only 6/64 and 6/128 versions available and I want the 8/128, hope they release it in the UK!
Spanky, 02 Jun 2020Does anyone have some informations regarding store availability of the Mi 10 Lite?
In my co... moreHi. I am waiting for it to arrive to the UK too, I gave them a call but they did not specify a date, they said maybe around mid June.
The Mi Note 10 Lite has been released in other countries too but not in the UK...
Does anyone have some informations regarding store availability of the Mi 10 Lite?
In my country, only one online store offers it, even though it was officially released a week ago. And they only have the 6/64 version, in grey.
Meanwhile, the Redmi Note 9, which was launched alongside the Mi 10 Lite, is everywhere, in all online stores! It's the same situation in pretty much all european countries, from what I have seen.
What's going on?