Chinese smartphone brand Xiaomi has launched its two flagship handsets Mi 10 and Mi Note 10 Lite in the Nepali market. Issuing a press statement, the company said that Mi 10 is the first smartphone to hit the Nepali market with a 108MP quad-camera setup and Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor for 5G connectivity. The phone comes with a 3D Curved AMOLED display, 4,780mAh battery, and 30W wireless charging. “With 8GB RAM (LPDDR5) and 128GB or 256GB ROM (UFS 3.0), Mi 10 offers swift response and an ultra-smooth operating experience. Paired with the most sophisticated cooling system, Mi 10 uses LiquidCool 2.0 – an advanced cooling system consisting of a large vapor chamber, as well as multi-layer graphite and graphene stacks that dissipate heat to ensure sustained peak performance,” reads the statement.
Xiaomi claimed that Mi 10 redefines smartphone photography and videography with its OIS-enabled 108MP quad rear camera setup and users can shoot ultra-clear shots along with details unseen to the naked eye with the 108MP primary sensor and experience the full view of their subjects with the 13MP ultra-wide angle lens, with 123° FOV. The company informed that Mi 10 also supports UHD 8K video recording at 30fps.
Similarly, Mi Note 10 Lite offers a 6.47’’ curved AMOLED display, a 4MP quad-camera setup, Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G SoC and a large-capacity 5,260mAh battery, according to the statement.
“Sporting a first class 6.47’’ 3D curved AMOLED display and a 3D curved glass back, Mi Note 10 Lite provides a premium in-hand feel,” said the company. According to Xiaomi, with smoothly curved and tapered edges on four sides, Mi Note 10 Lite brings about an outstanding 91.4 percent screen-to-body ratio that will surely amaze with its immersive viewing experience.
“With Mi 10, we aim to redefine the premium smartphone experience for consumers in Nepal. This device is a pinnacle of smartphone design and engineering, pushing the boundaries of what's possible on a handheld device. With its flagship OIS enabled 108MP Quad Camera setup, UHD 8K video recording, world’s fastest 30W wireless charging, we hope our users can create content in a way never thought possible before, with Mi 10,” the statement quoted Sourabh Kothari, Xiaomi’s country general manager for Nepal, as saying.
As per the company, Mi 10 will be available in two colour variants - twilight grey and coral green at a price of Rs 89,999. Similarly, Mi Note 10 Lite will be available in 6GB + 128GB variant and three colour options - midnight black, glacier white and nebula purple at Rs 44,999. “Both phones will be available for purchase across offline stores, retail partners and online partners Daraz and Sastodeal very soon,” informed the company.