The CEO of Xiaomi had previously said that the Xiaomi Mi 10 would be priced higher than its predecessors. Therefore, we cannot say that it was not prepared for us.

Still, rumors have been declaring that the value of the smartphone will remain below 500 €. Well, if this leak is correct, it won’t be.

Xiaomi Mi 10 price could start at 600 € in Europe

The most recent leak came from leaker @GadgetFlix, which has proved to be correct in the past. This month indicates in his Tweet that he expects these values ​​to be wrong.

  • Xiaomi Mi 10 8GB RAM + 128GB ROM – € 552 (direct exchange)
  • Xiaomi Mi 10 8GB RAM + 256GB ROM – € 591 (direct exchange)
  • Xiaomi Mi 10 12GB RAM + 256GB ROM – € 644 (direct exchange)

According to the image we will have a Xiaomi Mi 10 with a lower price at 552 €. However, we have to take into account that these figures are indicative for China. In other words, it is almost guaranteed that the price will rise when you arrive in Europe.

The Xiaomi Mi 10 has justifications for asking for this amount

Xiaomi Mi 10

As much as fans of the brand do not like these values, we must admit that Xiaomi has reason to ask for them. Especially if the Xiaomi Mi 10 is as mythical as it promises.

The device will have all the high-end specifications, we will have a bright screen and a loading so fast that it looks like magic.

Xiaomi will also improve the smartphone cameras and the main sensor will be 108MP. Something identical to what we saw on Samsung’s € 1379 smartphone, Galaxy S20 Ultra.

Xiaomi gives other high-end options for lower prices

It is worth mentioning that Xiaomi has other options for low-priced devices. Redmi and Poco were created for this purpose. Bring a quality smartphone at the lowest possible price. Although we do not currently have any devices of these brands with these specifications, it is only a matter of time before this happens.

In short, as much as I understand the increase in value, I am also one of those fans who was scared by the value of the device. Especially when we know that Xiaomi is adept at devaluing the price of its equipment.

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