27 April 2020
Xiaomi is reportedly gearing up to launch the watered-down version of its Mi Note 10 that it unveiled back in November 2019. The phone in the making is said to be called Mi Note 10 Lite and it has apparently crossed FCC as well.
Spotted first by MySmartPrice, the listing reveals some important details. Also, later on, more key points were added by tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore to offer a complete picture of the alleged device.
According to FCC, the Mi Note 10 Lite has model number M2002F4LG and it features a penta rear cameras setup, where 64MP is the main snapper, followed by an 8MP ultra-wide angle snapper and a 2MP macro lens. Also, the phone will have two telephoto cameras – 8MP with 5X optical zoom and 5MP with 2x optical zoom. This means the Lite version is going to have the same number of cameras like the standard Mi Note, but configurations are different and it misses out on a laser autofocus module as well.
The FCC listing further reveals the Mi Note 10 Lite that the device is powered by octa-core Snapdragon 730G processor but there is no word on the amount of RAM and storage. But you do get to learn about other key things, including a 5,260mAH battery and it support for 30W charging via a USB Type-C port. The device is going to have a 6.47-inch display and it will run on Android 10.
It is currently unknown when the Mi Note 10 Lite is going to launch. But seeing it at FCC, it is pretty evident, the launch is near.