Spanky, 06 May 2020OK, I'm getting a bit annoyed, because there's no word on the exact release date of this phone... moreAnything else about Mi 10 lite? I asked to Xiaomi and 0 answer...since 27th march, we dont know about when It will be launched in Europe...
OK, I'm getting a bit annoyed, because there's no word on the exact release date of this phone in Europe (just at some point this month). We don't know all of the specifications/details.
Also, there's STILL no Mi 10 Lite product page on the official website, even though the Mi Note 10 Lite, which was announced much more recently, already has a product page!
Will they postpone the release? Did they run into production problems? Are they trying to change/downgrade some of the internal components?
Why this lack of news about this model? What is happening, Xiaomi?
Hakimul, 01 May 2020yeah good only when 5g phones will be cheaper in the near future. now we're getting such confi... moreWell, to be completely fair, let's not forget that reaching top 5G speeds takes a special modem, a faster CPU and more RAM. All of these cost more money to produce and they are features which low-end devices lack. It's not like they don't want to offer cheap 5G phones, but it's not financially possible, at the moment.
Handy, 01 May 2020Sadly it doesn't have the periscope camera of the Mi 10 YouthYes my bad coz there is a another model of this phone Mi 10 lite zoom which is same as mi 10 youth i got confused there.
Spanky, 28 Apr 2020I think it's good that it has 5G. We need more 5G phones, especially mid-range ones and —hopef... moreyeah good only when 5g phones will be cheaper in the near future. now we're getting such configuration @300+USD . but when it'll be less than $300 with same features and quality only then it's good. Now 5g isn't old enough yet, so its not good value for money yet.
FU, 01 May 2020Benchmark scores please. Also add the refresh and sampling rate for every phone from 2018 and ... moreThey will publish benchmark scores once the review is up. And, since the phone isn't even out yet, there is nothing to review (for now!).
Benchmark scores please. Also add the refresh and sampling rate for every phone from 2018 and so on. It is important for us to know.
Anonymous, 30 Apr 2020This phone has 5x optical and 50x digital camera Sadly it doesn't have the periscope camera of the Mi 10 Youth
Will I find non-removable bloatware and ads in MIUI if I buy a Xiaomi phone in the future?
Anonymous, 30 Apr 2020This phone has 5x optical and 50x digital camera You are looking for the Xiaomi Mi 10 Zoom/Youth Edition 5G. That is the one with the periscope lens.
This phone has 5x optical and 50x digital camera
Hakimul, 27 Apr 2020 I wish it was non 5g and a litlle less pricy than what it is now. they restrict the availabil... moreI think it's good that it has 5G. We need more 5G phones, especially mid-range ones and —hopefully— low-end ones, for a faster deployment of 5G.
I'm looking forward to getting my first 5G phone and the Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5G might just be perfect for that.
I wish it was non 5g and a litlle less pricy than what it is now. they restrict the availability of better products in lower price So that people buy other models too. LOL
soa008, 27 Apr 2020Cause it is a 240g phone with 6.6 inch display?? Look how thick it is man. Yeah, exactly!
So if the size went down to around 6.1 inches, it could probably support a 5000 MaH battery, right?
soa008, 27 Apr 2020This youtuber ( i am a subscriber ) says lot of things and some of them are not so much searc... moreWell, I understand, but why does asus ROG phone 2 have 6000 MaH battery then? There must be some way other than largeness to make a smartphone have a larger battery:
JDK, 27 Apr 2020Have you watched MrWhoseTheBoss's video? It says that if a 6.1 inch smartphone could only get ... moreThis youtuber ( i am a subscriber ) says lot of things and some of them are not so much searched. Battery capacity depends on many things and one of these things is the size. For now it is extremely difficult to use a massive battery without having big phones and chunky , espesially with all these features they are coming with. Think about the big camera setup , thing about the coper cubes for heat managmetn think about the speakers and other parts of the phone that require space too. More ram , bigger cpu units and other thinks like wireless coper coil that needs space because bigger coil bigger the charging speed and lot of other things that need space inside a phone. If you see some teardowns most of the space is covered by the battery unit.
I, for one, am against thick phones. For the past ~15 years, phone makers have tried to come out with slimmer and slimmer phones (even in the non-smartphone days, we had the Motorola RAZR an ROKR, just to name a few). They got to ~7 mm, after which they kind of gave up on it and now, unfortunately, we get thicker phones (even flagships!), at about 9 mm.
I'm very happy that the Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5G manages to keep the thickness under 8 mm, while also having a +4000 mAh battery. If phone makers could just find a way to squeeze the camera modules inside the case (without them protruding from the back like that), it would be even better.
soa008, 26 Apr 2020There are bigger because they have a purpose. They don't fill the phones with air just to beco... moreHave you watched MrWhoseTheBoss's video? It says that if a 6.1 inch smartphone could only get 1 mm thicker, the battery could go all the way from 3500-4000 maH to 5000 MaH. Except, smartphone manufacturers want to make their phone seem cooler, and slimmer means the battery will eventually degrade faster, making consumers wanting an upgrade.
Same thing with cameras. If they could just make their phones a bit thicker.