Xiaomi presented this Tuesday (5) a new smartphone especially for the Indian market. The model is the Mi 10i, which once again bets on cost-effectiveness to strengthen the brand in the country and prevent the advancement of more and more competitors in the intermediary sector, such as Realme and OnePlus.
Despite the different name, the model is almost a relaunch of another device already on the market since November 2020, the Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G — with slight differences in technical specifications, maintaining support for fifth-generation mobile connectivity.
The highlight of the model is the rear camera module, which has a circular aspect but organizes the lenses as if it were square. The sensors have 108 MP (main), 8 MP (ultra-wide), 2 MP (macro) and 2 MP (depth sensor). The LCD screen is Full HD, has 6.67″ and 120 Hz refresh rate, with a discreet hole in the top center of the screen to house the selfie camera (16 MP).
The Mi 10i’s camera module.Fonte: Xiaomi
The processor is the Snapdragon 750G, ensuring better performance even in artificial intelligence — being the same chip as the Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G. The 4,820 mAh battery comes with a 33W charger in the box.
Another highlight of the model is the inclusion of NavIC satellite geolocation technology, an entirely Indian alternative to GPS.
The new Xiaomi Mi 10i will be sold in India only at prices ranging from 20,099 rupees (about R$1,400 in direct currency conversion) in the 6GB RAM version with 64GB of storage up to 25,000 rupees (or R$1.7 thousand) for 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of space.
Altogether, there are three colors available: Atlantic Blue, Midnight Black and Pacific Sunrise, the last of which brings reflection effects in various colors according to the angle and brightness of the environment.
Smartphone Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite, 64GB
The Mi Note 10 Lite has a quad camera, 5260 mAh battery, 6.37 inch screen with Full HD+ resolution and 6GB of RAM memory.