Qualcomm announced a fast-charging solution for premium midrangers called Quick Charge 3+. The press release included a nice little bonus as it revealed one of the first phones with the integrated technology will be the Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite Zoom. A phone of that name is yet to be announced, but it's clear that it's the global moniker of the Mi 10 Youth.
Xiaomi did a similar trick with the Redmi K30 Pro and Redmi K30 Pro Zoom duo. The Zoom version of the Redmi flagship is about €70 more expensive in China, compared to its vanilla sibling. Given the Mi 10 Lite 5G was launched at €350 in Europe, we expect a price tag of around €419 for the Mi 10 Lite Zoom, once it escapes China.
You are wrong i even don't like iOS and Apple. But that doesn't mean that i'm going to pay almost double here that others pay for this phones and for example Mi 10 or Mi 10 Pro in other countries by the face of their CEO and shareholders because NO. ...
shame. I wanted that peach color or green color which the lite version doesn't have.