Qualcomm accidentally confirms the Mi 10 Lite Zoom, seemingly the global version of the Mi 10 Youth Edition
Xiaomi launched the Mi 10 Youth Edition yesterday following the company's now customary round of teasers. Featuring a Snapdragon 765G SoC, a 6.57-inch FHD+ AMOLED panel and four rear-facing cameras, the Youth Edition looks remarkably like the Mi 10 Lite that Xiaomi launched in March. As we noted on April 22, the only difference between the two devices is one camera. While the Youth Edition has an 8 MP periscope camera, the Mi 10 Lite must make do with a 2 MP depth of field camera instead.
However, Qualcomm may have just confirmed the global release of the Mi 10 Youth Edition but under a different name. As the screenshot below demonstrates, the company mentions the Mi 10 Lite Zoom in a Quick Charge 3+ press-release, a device that Xiaomi is yet to announce. With that said, the Mi 10 Youth Edition is powered by the Snapdragon 765G while also being "the world’s first smartphone with both Quick Charge 4+ and Quick Charge 3+ charging technology".
We are unsure when Xiaomi will announce the Mi 10 Lite Zoom, nor do we have any details about pricing or availability. We would expect it to be slightly more expensive than the Mi 10 Lite though, which Xiaomi will launch at €349.