Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite might be the upcoming sub-€300 (US$355) 5G phone and a 108 MP camera

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Xiaomi is all set to release its Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro in the upcoming days. That’s why there has been plenty of news about those upcoming smartphones. But there is also a possibility of getting a Lite version of the Mi 10T. One of the tipsters has already revealed the Chinese 5G certification that indicated a Xiaomi smartphone with the model number M2007J17C is coming. So, it is expected that the model number might be dubbed as the Mi 10T Lite. The Chinese 5G certification has been taken a step further with the mention of a Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite smartphone.

It is not only the first time but also at the beginning of September, the company has teased that a new device is in the working to join the Mi 10 series that would be a 5G smartphone for “€2XX”. This upcoming model is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon Series 7 SoC (possibly the 768G chip). Moreover, this phone might also feature a quad rear camera having a 108MP primary sensor (or 64MP primary sensor). The Mi 10 series is expected to launch in September.

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The Mi 10T Lite is also expected to support the 5G connectivity. So, this phone might not have mid-range pricing. The pricing can be slightly below than the Mi 10T Pro. There are also some additional reports suggesting the same smartphone could end up being sold under the Redmi brand in China, possibly even as the Redmi Note 10 Pro.


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