Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite with Brain Snapdragon 660 AIE Officially Launched

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Mi 8 Lite

Not only released the Mi 8 Pro, Xiaomi also introduced another Mi 8 family, the Mi 8 Lite. Interestingly, Xiaomi packed the Mi 8 Lite with 2.5D curved glass on the rear body panel so that this smartphone looks so beautiful.

Furthermore, Xiaomi also said that the Mi 8 Lite has a unique mirror effect and is derived from the “mirror nano vacuum sputtering” technology. This they did because it was inspired by the works of French Impressionist Oscar-Claude Monet.

You could say, this is the first time the company led by Lei Jun was able to create a smartphone with a choice of gradation colors. There are two color gradations offered, namely Dream Blue and Twilight Gold. In addition, there is also a Deep Gray solid color with the same mirror effect.

Donovan Sung Mi 8 Lite 2

Xiaomi, which started the “Youth Edition” trend, believes that competitors have also begun to follow the same thing. At the launch event, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer compared the Mi 8 Lite with the iPhone XR, and they said the Mi 8 Lite was a “Youth Edition” from the iPhone.

Mi 8 Lite has a thickness of 7.5 mm, slimmer than the iPhone XR, OPPO R17, Vivo X23, and Huawei P20. Xiaomi also showed that the Mi 8 Lite’s bezel and bangs are still better than those made by Apple on the iPhone XR.

This smartphone also features dual-camera rear support which has a 12 MP + 5 MP configuration plus LED flash. The dual-camera placement is placed horizontally in the upper left corner. In the upper middle position, there is a fingerprint sensor and does not miss the typical “Mi” logo.

The Volume and Power buttons are placed on the right side. On the bottom side, there is a USB Type-C and also a speaker grill. The front side of the smartphone is dominated by a 6.26-inch screen that has a resolution of 19: 9 FullHD + with aspect ratio. The bangs above the screen are allocated to load the front camera of 24 MP plus AI.

Speaking of the kitchen, the Mi 8 Lite is supported by the Snapdragon 660 AIE chipset. Not to forget, there is also support for RAM of 4 GB and 6 GB, as well as internal storage with a capacity of 64 GB and 128 GB. Running with the Oreo-based MIUI interface, this smartphone also has a 3,500 mAh battery.

Intrigued by the price? Xiaomi offers the Mi 8 Lite pre-order starting from the price of 1,399 Yuan or around IDR 3 million. One of Xiaomi’s top brass, Donovan Sung, through his Twitter account wrote that in the near future Mi 8 Lite will also be sold to the global market.

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