Xiaomi has officially announced that it would launch the Mi Note 10 Lite tomorrow, April 30. The digital launch event will live stream on Mi community forum, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter starting at 5:30 pm IST.

Moreover, the event will also feature the global launch of Mi Note 10. Notably, Xiaomi’s camera beast had already been launched in the Chinese market.  The Mi Note 10 series launch will be held beside the Redmi Note 9 series.

Expected Specs of Mi Note 10 Lite

The 108-megapixel primary camera in the pent-rear camera setup in Mi Note 10 has been rendered as its major selling point. However, the Lite version of the phone is likely to come with a 68-megapixel primary camera.

Moreover, the teaser image on the Mi Community page sports a quad rear camera setup on the Lite model unlike the 5-camera setup in Mi Note 10. Furthermore, Mi Note 10 Lite will sport a waterdrop-style notch in the front. It will come in three colour variants including white, black, and blue.

Xiaomi hasn’t officially revealed much about the key features of its upcoming smartphone. However, online leaks have been surfacing on the phone for quite some time now. As per the recently spotted listings on US FCC, the phone is likely to be powered by the Snapdragon 730G SoC processor.

Moreover, it is likely to sport a 5,260mAh battery and offer 30W fast charging support. Mi Note 10 Lite is further speculated to include a telephoto camera, a wide-angle shooter, and a depth sensor beside the primary camera in its rear camera setup.

Interestingly, the company had already launched Redmi Note 9 Pro Max and Redmi Note 9 Pro in India. Xiaomi had even launched a Redmi Note 9s model in the Chinese market. However, the base Redmi Note 9 version of the series wasn’t launched so far. Furthermore, the base Redmi Note 9 model is rumoured to be introduced in China as the Redmi 10X.

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Thus, it would be interesting to watch the global launch of all these phones in the launch event tomorrow. You can also watch the event live on the company’s official accounts on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube starting 5:30 pm (IST) tomorrow.