Xiaomi to launch a mid-budget range smartphone with 5G support this month
Android Smartphone manufacturer has launched a set of smartphones that support 5G connectivity, but this time the company has teased that it will be launching an affordable 5G smartphone which will be a part of the Mi 10 series. The company has also mentioned that the upcoming mid-range 5G support smartphone will be coupled with a new Qualcomm Snapdragon 7-series 5G chipset.
We're going to launch a new 5G smartphone this September and it will start from €2XX!
As a new member of our #Mi10 Series, it will be the first to feature an upcoming brand-new @Qualcomm Snapdragon 7-Series 5G Mobile Platform. Amazing value for money to allow #5GForEveryone! pic.twitter.com/yR3r0cEOmZ
— Xiaomi (@Xiaomi) September 1, 2020
The company did not reveal much about the smartphone but claims that the upcoming Mi 10 series member will offer “amazing value for money.” As mentioned in the tweet, the smartphone will be launched in Europe at €2XX. According to some reports, it was known that Mi 10 Lite 5G is currently the most affordable 5G-enabled Mi phone sold in Europe which is priced at €329.
Taking about the processor, Xiaomi has already launched smartphones with Snapdragon 765G and Snapdragon 768G, so maybe the company is trying out something different. Moreover, it is not yet clear that the upcoming smartphone will be a part of the rumored Mi 10T line-up that is expected to feature three models — Mi 10T Lite, Mi 10T, and Mi 10T Pro.
According to some reports floating on the web, the upcoming affordable smartphone could be named as Mi 10T Lite. Also, it was known that the rumored Pro model of the Xiaomi MI 10T series may come with a 108MP triple-camera layout and a punch-hole cutout at the top-left corner to house the selfie snapper. Moreover, the smartphone is likely to boot Android 10 OS out of the box and will be shipped with a 144Hz display and a 5,000mAh battery.
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