Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite is coming from TENAA before launch

Xiaomi is preparing to launch a new smartphone, and it will be a new version of the company’s Mi 11 phone. Prior to the launch of the smartphone, the Mi 11 Lite was spotted on the TENAA certification website, as seen by MyFixGuide. The listing associated the device with the model number M2101K9C.

The listing reveals that the Mi 11 Lite will play a 6.55-inch screen smaller than the phone that was unveiled last year. It will have a 4,150 mAh battery which is also smaller than the 11th. However, the lower battery capacity is adjusted to a phone size of 160.53 x 75.72 x 6.81mm. It will also work on Android 11 without the box with MIUI 12.5 and above.

With a size of 6.81mm, the Mi 11 Lite will be one of the thinnest smart product ever launched by the company. This can also help to reduce the weight of the device significantly. The listing did not reveal any further details about the product.

However, this device recently appeared on Google Play Console which also has the code name ‘Renoir’. It has been revealed that the Mi 11 Lite will play the SM7250 under the hood which is likely to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G integrated with the Adreno 620 GPU. Phone RAM will go up to 8GB. The display type is not disclosed but will have full HD + resolution with a resolution of 120Hz.

In the camera department, it is expected that there will be a set of three cameras with a 64MP main camera, 8MP ultrawide, and a 5MP macro camera. The 4,150 battery can support 33W faster charging instead of 55W in the premium version of the device. There is no word on whether the device will charge wireless or not.

Recently, the price of the device was disclosed in a list error. The price in Europe was just over 400 euros for a translation of Rs 35,000.

To date, the Mi 11 Lite has not been announced by a Chinese smartphone maker. Meanwhile, Mi 11 is yet to be launched in India. If launched in the country, Mi 11 Lite may arrive later in the year.

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