OK, so this is the baby of the bunch. The CPU isn’t the super-quick Snapdragon 865, but you do get the 5G Snapdragon 750G. The screen isn’t quite the super-silky 144Hz one we’ve seen on the Mi 10T Pro or the Mi 10T but hey, we’ve still got 120Hz panel, and that’s really very good indeed. It seems to have the same dimensions (6.67″ Full HD+ 20:9) and you get the usual Corning Gorilla Glass 5 front and back.
Other bits that find their way into this rather remarkable €279 price-point (around £255) is the LiquidCool technology, 5G connectivity, USB-C charging port, NFC, 33W fast charging (albeit with a slightly different 4820mAh battery), side-mounted fingerprint sensor, AI face unlock and the dual speakers.
In addition we get the same main camera as the Mi 10T (a 64 megapixel unit) but this sits alongside an 8 megapixel wide-angle, a 2 megapixel macros and a 2 megapixel depth sensor. The selfie camera has been swapped out for a 16 megapixel but still, I’m pretty impressed with how much phone you’re getting for your money here.
More info on mi.com.