Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth Edition
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth Edition, also known as Mi 10 Lite 5G outside of China, offers more than some of the flagship models of 2019 with periscope camera, AMOLED display, fast Snapdragon 765G processor and full 5G support. Order now and test it yourself!
Periscope camera at a low price
Let's start directly with the highlight of the Mi 10 Youth Edition. Here, Xiaomi shows itself to be very generous, just like the other smartphone models in the lower price range. In fact, the manufacturer from the Far East is currently the only provider to offer a periscope camera in this price range. The periscope camera is built into the side of the smartphone housing. The incoming light is deflected by a prism. This allows several lenses to be accommodated for an improved zoom effect without making the housing thicker. The sensor itself offers a resolution of 8 megapixels and is stabilized by an OIS. In total, the telesensor offers a 5x optical zoom, a 10x optical hybrid zoom and a 50x periscope zoom. In this way, even subjects can be captured clearly visible from a distance of up to 1000 meters.
Quad camera for photo fanatics
But not only the telephoto lens, but also the rest of the quad camera can convince. The main sensor ensures razor-sharp images with a resolution of up to 48 megapixels. Thanks to f/1.79 aperture, the 6P lens receives a lot of light and can therefore also capture filigree details. Pixel binning and AI support greatly improve the result. Also on board is an 8 megapixel ultra-wide angle lens with an f/2.2 aperture and a super wide angle of 120 degrees. The independent macro lens, on the other hand, allows close-ups from a distance of 2 cm. It almost goes without saying that the Mi 10 Youth Edition features Xiaomi's Super Night Scene 2.0 mode and can shoot video at up to 4k. Even videos in super slow motion with up to 960 fps are no problem for the quad camera.
Gamer-friendly middle class
Xiaomi knows what he owes to the large following of mobile gamers and has given the Mi 10 Lite an appropriately strong heart. The new Snapdragon 765G Octa Core processor clocks up to 2.4 GHz and is accompanied by an Adreno 620 graphics chip. Thanks to 8 GB LPDDR4X RAM, multitasking isn't a challenge for the smartphone. The manufacturer also shows its fast side with the internal memory. The 256 GB ROM is a fast UFS 2.1 memory. Current mobile games, as well as upcoming ones, will not exhaust the full potential of Xiaomi's mid-range device for the time being. Ideal for users who want to use their smartphone for more than two years.
AMOLED at a low price
While Apple is trying to convince in this price class with HD IPS displays, Xiaomi rushes miles past the biting fruit with a full AMLED display with FHD+ resolution in terms of screen quality. With 800 nits an outstanding brightness is guaranteed. The TÜV Rheinland certified blue light filter ensures that the eyes are protected. HDR 10 and 10+ support, on the other hand, promise excellent colour reproduction. The panel from Samsung has a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels and a diagonal of 6.57 inches. Thanks to drop notch and narrow edges, the dimensions are pleasantly compact despite the large screen of 164.02 x 74.77 x 7.88 mm. The net weight of 192 g isn't high either in view of the equipment.
Packed with equipment
To ensure that the display and the camera can be used to the full on particularly long days, Xiaomi has fitted the Mi 10 Youth Edition with a 4160 mAh battery that can be charged with 22.5 W with Quickcharge 4. A modern USB-C port is used as data and charging interface. The current 5G standard is of course on board. Thanks to Dual SIM two phone numbers can be managed. Thanks to the 802.11 a, b and g standard, high performance surfing is possible within local networks. Smart gadgets like wireless headphones can be connected via Bluetooth 5.1. Wireless payment is also possible thanks to the integrated NFC chip.