Early last year, Xiaomi launched the Mi 10 Lite, a mid-range model of the Mi 10 series, and now its successor, the Mi 11 Lite, has been unveiled and is about to hit consumers.
The Mi 11 Lite has been certified by the FCC as its M2101K9AG model.
According to foreign media reports, the Mi 11 Lite has a 120Hz LCD full screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G processor, a 64 megapixel main camera, an 8 megapixel ultra-wide Angle and a 5 megapixel macro (or depth-of field) lens, and supports a 33W fast charge.
In terms of specs, the Mi 11 Lite is a 4G phone aimed at overseas markets. If Xiaomi were to bring it to China, it would definitely support dual-mode 5G, which would mean an upgrade to its processor.
In addition, if the Mi 11 Lite comes to the domestic market, the legal channels version will be presented as the Mi 11 Youth version.
As for its price, the Mi 11 Lite is reportedly priced at $350 and is likely to be released around March.