Ever since 5G came into existence, the race for the throne of the cheapest 5G smartphone has never settled. Up until this point in time, Nokia has had the title with the Nokia 8.3, but Xiaomi with its Mi 10 now holds the throne, of the cheapest 5G smartphone.
Mi 10 Lite, unlike Mi 10 is powered by a Snapdragon 765G and comes with a Liquid cooling technology. It's the same 765 chipsets clocked at higher speed for a better gaming experience paired with cooling techs to keep heat dissipation in check.
The 6.57 inches screen of Mi 10 Lite is Samsung made AMOLED and has a waterdrop notch featuring a 16MP selfie camera. The back-side of Mi 10 Lite features a quad-camera setup where the primary camera is a 48MP 1.7f sensor. There is still no information about the other three modules but, they'll most likely feature a wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens, and a macro shot module.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5G is 7.8mm thick, weighs 192 gm and packs inside its hood a 4160mAh battery, and unlike any crazy charging tech, Mi 10 Lite 5G comes with a standard 20W fast charging adaptor out of the box.
The sale of the Mi 10 Lite 5G will begin in the first week of May and will be available to be purchase in three color schemes - White, Gray, and Green.
The 64GB variant will cost around $370 (approx INR 27000, 350 Euro ), and you'll have to spend $50 more to get yourself a 128GB variant.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5G, at this price point, seems to be the best value for money smartphone you can get right now.