Xiaomi launches Mi Note 10 Lite with SD730G, 3D curved display & Android 10

Aadil Raval
By Aadil Raval
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After launching the Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Pro, the Chinese smartphone maker has officially launched Mi Note 10 Lite globally. Although heavily teased thanks to numerous leaks and whatnot, the launch does make it a huge deal. The device isn’t that different from the standard Mi Note 10 except for the cameras and a few things here and there.

Talking about the specifications, Xiaomi has retained the 3D curved AMOLED 6.47-inch display with a 1080×2340 pixel resolution and a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 like its other siblings. The display reportedly can produce up to 430 nits of typical brightness although that remains to be tested independently.

The phone arrived with the same engine under the hood i.e. Qualcomm SNapdragon 730G with Adreno 618. The storage options are something you couldn’t find with Mi Note 10 for sure. The phone is available in 6+64GB and 8+128GB of internal storage configuration although there’s a third 8GB RAM variant too but we don’t know its pricing and when it will arrive as well.

Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite

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Next up, the biggest difference Mi Note 10 Lite lists is a quad-camera setup with the primary sensor being 64MP instead of a humongous 108MP. Other sensors include an 8MP ultrawide sensor, a 2Mp macro sensor, and a 5MP depth sensor that will complete its camera cavalry at the back. There’s no telephoto sensor with the device so that’s a bummer for many. The front possesses a 16MP wide-angle camera with f/2.5 aperture nicely tucked in a tiny waterdrop-shaped (U-shaped) notch at the center of the upper bezel on the display.

The phone has a larger 5,260 mAh battery that will last for at least one and a half or two days based on the usage. It also gets a 30W fast charger that might not take much longer the juice up the battery. The 3.5mm headphone jack is available and it’s a relief.

Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite

The phone runs on the latest Android 10-based MIUI 11 and no doubt it will be among the Xiaomi devices that will get Android 11 R pretty soon. In fact, the company is already working on MIUI 13 as confirmed by its research team a few hours after launching MIUI 12 a few days ago.

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Finally, the device will be available in three color variants i.e. Midnight Black, Glacier White, and Nebula Purple. About the pricing, the phone is hitting the stores mid-May at 349 Euros for its 6+64GB while the larger 6+128GB variant will be available at 399 Euros. Xiaomi hasn’t confirmed the exact date on its Indian release although I highly speculate that it will be soon.

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After launching the Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Pro, the Chinese smartphone maker has officially launched Mi Note 10 Lite globally. Although heavily teased thanks to numerous leaks and whatnot, the launch does make it a huge deal. The device isn’t that different from the standard Mi Note 10 except for the cameras and a few things here and there.

Talking about the specifications, Xiaomi has retained the 3D curved AMOLED 6.47-inch display with a 1080×2340 pixel resolution and a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 like its other siblings. The display reportedly can produce up to 430 nits of typical brightness although that remains to be tested independently.

The phone arrived with the same engine under the hood i.e. Qualcomm SNapdragon 730G with Adreno 618. The storage options are something you couldn’t find with Mi Note 10 for sure. The phone is available in 6+64GB and 8+128GB of internal storage configuration although there’s a third 8GB RAM variant too but we don’t know its pricing and when it will arrive as well.

Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite

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Next up, the biggest difference Mi Note 10 Lite lists is a quad-camera setup with the primary sensor being 64MP instead of a humongous 108MP. Other sensors include an 8MP ultrawide sensor, a 2Mp macro sensor, and a 5MP depth sensor that will complete its camera cavalry at the back. There’s no telephoto sensor with the device so that’s a bummer for many. The front possesses a 16MP wide-angle camera with f/2.5 aperture nicely tucked in a tiny waterdrop-shaped (U-shaped) notch at the center of the upper bezel on the display.

The phone has a larger 5,260 mAh battery that will last for at least one and a half or two days based on the usage. It also gets a 30W fast charger that might not take much longer the juice up the battery. The 3.5mm headphone jack is available and it’s a relief.

Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite

The phone runs on the latest Android 10-based MIUI 11 and no doubt it will be among the Xiaomi devices that will get Android 11 R pretty soon. In fact, the company is already working on MIUI 13 as confirmed by its research team a few hours after launching MIUI 12 a few days ago.

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Finally, the device will be available in three color variants i.e. Midnight Black, Glacier White, and Nebula Purple. About the pricing, the phone is hitting the stores mid-May at 349 Euros for its 6+64GB while the larger 6+128GB variant will be available at 399 Euros. Xiaomi hasn’t confirmed the exact date on its Indian release although I highly speculate that it will be soon.

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