Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth Edition Launch Date Announced, Will Hit The Market on April 27

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Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth Edition will be launched in China on April 27, along with the launch date of the phone, the company has also revealed some of its features.

Xiaomi launched the Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Mi 10 Lite in the European market last month under its Mi 10 series. It has been discussed since then that the company will soon launch the Mi 10 Lite in the Chinese market as well. But in China, this smartphone will knock the name of Mi 10 Lite Edition but not Mi 10 Youth Edition. Amidst all these discussions, the company has revealed the launch date of Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth Edition.Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth

Through Chinese website Weibo, Xiaomi has announced that the Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth Edition will be launched in China on 27 April. Along with this, the company will also announce MIUI 12 in this event. The back panel of the phone is shown in the poster shared by the company. It has a quad-camera in a square shape with dual-LED flash. This camera will come with 50x zoom support. Make it clear that 50x zoom support was not present in the device launched in Europe.

Apart from this, the Mi 10 Youth Edition will be launched in China in four color variants. This includes White Peach, Blueberry Mint, Milk Green and Peach Grapefruit. It can be offered on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor. Talking about other leaks, a 4,160mAh battery can be given for power backup on the phone.

Talking about the Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5G launched in Europe, it has a 6.57 inch Full HD + AMOLED display. This phone works on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor. The battery provided in it comes with 20W fast charging support. Apart from this, the quad rear camera setup has been given on the phone. The phone includes 48MP primary sensor, 8MP ultra-wide lens, 5MP macro lens, and 2MP depth sensor. Its price is EUR 349 ​​i.e. around Rs 29,200 and it is expected that it can be launched in Chinese at a lower price.

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