Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite Launched in Pakistan with Snapdragon 750G SoC, 120Hz Display, and 64MP Quad Cameras

Faisal Rasool

After Xiaomi Mi 10T, the Chinese company just launched the Mi 10T Lite in Pakistan, following the announcement they made on social media. This mid-range Xiaomi is built with a focus on visual experience, performance, and photography features. Let’s take a look.

We’ll start with the internals. Inside the Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 750G crunches the numbers. The microchip uses the X52 5G modem, Adreno 619 GPU, and a thin 8nm fabrication process.

It’s hooked up to a 4820 mAh battery that fast charges over 33W. Xiaomi promises a full charge in just under an hour. MIUI 12, Xiaomi’s customized Android10, powers the phone. And 6GB of memory does multi-tasking.

Out on the front, you’re looking at a 6.67” unwieldy screen with a hole punched into it. It’s toughened with Gorilla Glass 5. And underneath it, you’ll find an IPS LCD, capable of producing a full HD resolution at a fluid and responsive refresh rate of 120Hz (the feature adapts to the content being displayed). For a wider dynamic range and true-to-life colors, the Mi 10T Lite has HDR10+ support. The peak 450 nits of brightness is on the lower-end, however.

The Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite design language reflects the familiar Xiaomi aesthetic — chamfered edges, soft corners, and a ring-style housing for the cameras. You can pick from blue, charcoal, and rose gold editions. A reliable side-facing fingerprint scanner is embedded into the frame.  The Xiaomi new model in 2021 has both stereo speakers and a faithful 3.5mm headphone jack for audio output.

The Mi 10T Lite has a quad-camera made of a standard wide, wide-angle, and a pair of two extra cameras. The primary unit has a 1/1.73” 64MP sensor and a f/1.9 lens on top of it. Its single-pixel size comes out to a generic 0.8µm. Owing to its lower resolution, the 120˚ wide-angle camera produces a bigger 1.12µm pixel size. It has a smaller 8MP sensor behind an f/2.2 aperture.  The 16MP selfie camera is the most underwhelming of the five, with its narrow f/2.5 aperture. 

You can pick from 64GB or 128GB of storage, either UFS 2.1 or UFS 2.2. Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite starts from RS. 49,999.


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