The Mi Note 10 Lite, sporting model code M2002F4LG, has been certified by Thailand's NBTC, hinting at an imminent launch.
The listing on the Thai certification authority's website doesn't reveal any specifications of the Mi Note 10 Lite, but the smartphone passed through FCC last month, revealing its specs in the process.
The Mi Note 10 Lite, like the vanilla Mi Note 10, will be powered by the Snapdragon 730G SoC, sport a 6.47" FullHD+ AMOLED display, and pack a 5,260 mAh battery, charging at up to 30W. But that's where its similarities with the regular Mi Note 10 (model number M1910F4G) end.
The document shared by Xiaomi on FCC's website reveals the Mi Note 10 Lite will feature a penta camera setup on the back, which will be a combination of one 64MP, two 8MP, one 5MP, and one 2MP unit. Besides, the smartphone won't come with laser auto-focus.
Moreover, while the Mi Note 10 booted Android 9 out of the box, its Lite version will run the latest Android 10.
There's no word from Xiaomi about the Mi Note 10 Lite yet, but we expect to hear more about it in the coming weeks.
Source (in Thai)
What's the point of this? I bought the Mi Note 10 to try because of the DxOMax camera rating and while OK for the price, the phone has not been updated in months. Even security updates come only four times a year :( The main camera can be great at t...
Do you even own a Xiaomi phone? Wifi, bluetooth, auto-brightness and notifications all work fine on mine.
If it costs around INR 20k, it would be a great steal.