The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite has received certification from SIRIM based on recent findings. As its name implies, the smartphone is a lower spec variant of the Mi Note 10 (pictured above) that was released in late December of last year.
Bearing the model number M2002F4LG on the SIRIM e-ComM page, Xiaomi’s latest device is listed to support various LTE bands except for 5G. Other confirmed features include Bluetooth, GPS, and NFC capabilities.
Similarly, the Mi Note 10 Lite was also spotted on Thailand’s NBTC page, as well as the US’ FCC database. GSMArena and GizChina reports that the device will be powered by a Snapdragon 730G chipset, featuring a 6.47-inch FHD+ AMOLED display, and a 5,260mAh battery with 30W fast charging support.
The Lite is expected to feature a 64MP main camera instead of the massive 108MP shooter that is found on the original Mi Note 10. Additionally, it is also reportedly to feature four other unspecified cameras including two 8MP, one 5MP and one 2MP. It’s also said that the handset will not come with laser auto-focus.
Speculations aside, it is for certain that the Lite will see an imminent launch in Malaysia sometime soon. We’ll definitely keep you posted on its full specifications, availability and price once Xiaomi officially unveils the new handset.
(Source: SIRIM e-ComM)