Xiaomi did well with its Mi 10 range of devices, but users in the company’s home country were not all that fascinated by the kind of pricing model that they choose to take for the unit. This is why they have gone on to add a new device – dubbed the Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth.
On closer observation, this is a repackaged Mi 10 Lite 5G for the Chinese market – and it has been dubbed something else due to the internal changes that would have been made to adapt the unit to this market.
For this new device, we have a 6.57-inch screen on the front with a 60Hz refresh rate and up to 180Hz touch sampling rate. Under that screen is a Snapdragon 765G chipset, which tells us that the phone will have options to use 5G out of the box. That is backed by up to 8GB of RAM on a 256GB storage space inbuilt with the unit.
On the front of the device is a nice 16MP snapper which gives way to the 48MP-led quad camera setup on the back. This quad camera family is rounded off with an 8MP telephoto sensor, another 8MP shooter for ultrawide shots and a macro lens to boot.
Launching with the latest MIUI 12 software, the unit will be powered by a 4160mAh battery that has 22.5W fast charging support to it.