Xiaomi’s Mi Note 10 smartphone series made its debut back in November with two devices – the Mi Note 10 and the Mi Note 10 Pro. However, it looks like those aren’t the only two Mi Note 10 series smartphones in existence.
Today, we have spotted a certification of a new Xiaomi smartphone with model number M2002F4LG on FCC. And one of the certification documents of the device on FCC explains differences between M2002F4LG and M1910F4G models. Now, we know that M1910F4LG is the Mi Note 10. And since the Mi Note 10’s model number is included in the M2002F4LG’s documents, we think that this mysterious, M2002F4LG smartphone could be a Mi Note 10 series device. Since the FCC documents show that the specs of M2002F4LG are inferior to that of the M1910F4LG (Mi Note 10), we think that the M2002F4LG could be a lighter version of the Mi Note 10 and it could be called the Mi Note 10 Lite.
Xiaomi M2002F4LG (Possibly Mi Note 10 Lite) Gets Certified Through FCC
According to the FCC documents 108MP, 20MP, 12MP, 8MP, and 2MP cameras that are in the Mi Note 10 have been replaced with 64MP, 8MP, 5MP, 8MP, and 2MP cameras in the M2002F4LG (Mi Note 10 Lite). This means that the 64MP sensor in the Mi Note 10 Lite is the primary camera, the 8MP sensor is an ultrawide camera, the 5MP sensor is a telephoto camera with 2x optical zoom, the 8MP sensor is a telephoto camera with 5x optical zoom, and the 2MP sensor is a macro camera. The comparison chart also states that the M2002F4LG (Mi Note 10 Lite) doesn’t have a laser autofocus unit like the Mi Note 10.
Anyway, the comparison chart in the FCC documents reveals that the M2002F4LG (Mi Note 10 Lite) has the same processor, battery capacity, charger, and USB cable as the Mi Note 10, which means that the M2002F4LG (Mi Note 10 Lite) has the Snapdragon 730G processor, 5260mAh battery, 30W charging, and USB Type-C port. Another image on FCC shows that the device will have dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and dimensions of 156mm x 73mm (There is no information about the thickness of the device yet). So, the FCC document reveals pretty much everything about the M2002F4LG (Mi Note 10 Lite). The only thing we need to know now is the display size, which, I hope, will leak in the coming days.