1. Turn on Data Compression on Google Chrome
Google states this option should save you about 50% in data. All without you even feeling a difference. In fact, you may feel some changes to browsing will get faster!
You just need to open Chrome, tap on the 3-dot menu button and select Settings. Click on Data Saver and then toggle the option in the top-right corner. You are done!
You can check this link for more information on data compression: Data Compression (https://developer.chrome.com/multidevice/data-compression).
2. Download Opera Max
If you want a complete system data compression then Opera Max is the best app.
It is also possible to micromanage consumption by blocking specific apps from accessing data through mobile access (or WiFi, though I don't see the point in that). as it shows the detailed data consumption of the apps.
Download Opera Max from Google Play store link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.opera.max.global&hl=en
You can also watch this video for detailed information on Opera Max https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sro-vMGMWgw
3. Update apps using Wi-Fi only
Android apps receive updated on a regular basis and that is the main reason of our data consumption so make sure you turn of the feature to update the apps on WIFI only.
To activate this option follow the steps below:
a. Open Google Play Store
b. Then Tap on the 3 bar on the top left corner.
c. Tap on "Settings".
d. Select Auto-update apps option
e. Hit "Auto update over Wifi only" as shown in the Image below
4. Restrict Background data usages
a. Go to "Setting".
b. Then Tap " Data Usages"
c. Tap on the vertical dots on the top right corner.
d. Click on Restrict Background data usages as show in the image below.
e. Confirm it and you are done.
You can also check more information from the link: Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite