Xiaomi's Mi 11 Lite 5G may debut soon as it is cleared for launch in Singapore
The Mi 11 Lite is predicted as a way to get at 2021 Xiaomi flagship looks for less money. Quite aside from that potential advantage, it is also rumored to launch with a flat screen, as opposed to the premium variant's curved display. It has also emerged that the 10 Lite's successor might have 4G/LTE and 5G variants, thus possibly implying even more cost-savings based on the consumer's connectivity priorities.
The 4G/LTE is thought to have the model number M2101K9Ax: for example, it has been registered as the M2101K9AI in India and as the M2101K9AG in Singapore. Now, it has been joined on the IMDA database by the M2101K9G, which is documented as a 5G device and is, thus, most likely the higher-end 11 Lite.
This final piece of this Singaporean event's groundwork may result in the debut of Mi 11-looking phones, albeit ones with the mid-range Snapdragon 732G (for the 4G/LTE version) and 775G (for the one with 5G) processors.
The latter is touted by Digital Chat Station to have an AMOLED display, whereas the former might get one made of LCD with a 120Hz refresh rate. Based on their predecessor, they might start at prices around the US$400 region on their release.