In addition to the conditionally flagship Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro, Xiaomi also introduced the much more affordable Mi 10T Lite. For Europe, this is a direct bomb apparatus, but here it, if it appears, is unlikely to be particularly popular. Let’s figure out why.
So, as you already clearly understood from the title, the Mi 10T Lite is something very similar to the Poco X3, which is clearly going to be a bestseller. Look, they have the same (in terms of performance characteristics) IPS screens with a diagonal of 6.67 inches with Full HD + and 120 Hz, the same memory sets – starting from 6/64 GB – and very similar cameras. The Poco X3 has 64, 13, 2 and 2 megapixel sensors in the main camera, while the Mi 10T Lite has 64, 8, 2 and 2 megapixels. The front camera of the first is 20 Mp, the second is 16 Mp. The design, as you can see, is also almost identical.
The batteries are also similar, but the new product is still less – 4820 mAh, but there is the same 33-watt charger. Stereo speakers have also survived, which is practically not found in this segment. And the main difference is the Snapdragon 750G platform versus the Snapdragon 732G of the Poco X3. The former is somewhat more powerful and with 5G support, but who needs the latter in our market? And the performance difference is not critical.
Considering that Poco X3 has already entered our market at a price of 6500 UAH, the Mi 10T Lite with a price tag of 280 euros is not impressive against its background. However, in general, this is a very curious device, which has practically no competitors, especially on the European market.