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Pre-Order Xiaomi Mi 10 Launch Pack - Mi Band 3 + TWS Earphone 2 - £639.10 / £616.64 w/fee free card @ Amazon Spain
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Pre-Order Xiaomi Mi 10 Launch Pack - Mi Band 3 + TWS Earphone 2 - £639.10 / £616.64 w/fee free card @ Amazon Spain

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Posted 1st AprShipping from SpainEdited by:"fdsfe"

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  • The pack includes: Xiaomi Mi 10 with True Wireless Earphone 2 headphones and also a Xiaomi Mi band 3.
  • 108MP Quad Camera with 8K Video and 20MP Selfie Front Camera.
  • 6.67 "AMOLED Full HD + screen with 3D rounded glass and TrueColor technology, the best Xiaomi screen to date. Screen refresh rate of 90Hz and sampling rate of 180Hz. Whether you are reading or playing, the screen will displays smoother and more sensitive.
  • Next-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, the top-of-the-range 5G processor. CPU Frequency: 8-core processor, up to 2.84 GHz. GPU: Adreno 650 GPU up to 587MHz.
  • Large capacity 4780mAh (typ) battery + 30W fast charge cable.
  • Connectivity 2.4GHz WiFi + 5GHz WiFi + 4G / 5G

Pro version also available for £791
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Mi band 3, not even an 4?
I'm annoyed the way they are going. A xiaomi for £640? Realme seems the way forward for a flagship processor at a budget price
999 euros for the pro oh Xiaomi...
Yes, much as i love Xiaomi I have no loyalty to them other than they provide superb value for money products. If this launch is indicative of where they are going to be pitching in the future (in Europe, anyway) then I'll have no qualms about going elsewhere.
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Mi band 3, not even an 4?
Seems to have same supporting network bands as global version if you check mi spain website specs so should work fine in UK.
Where's the pro deal?
herby24701/04/2020 13:35

Where's the pro deal?


I dont think pro is coming to the EU lol
Trying desperately to offload this ...
Gear best does not have pro listed yet
999 euros for the pro oh Xiaomi...
It is, check on Xiaomi Italia website (for some reason won't let me post the link). Pro model is just not coming to the UK and I dont like the strategy from Xiaomi. Very expensive phone would go for OP8 Pro or Samsung S20 Plus
No bad for a launch price. But as we all know with Xiaomi wait a few months and you will the price drop
POWER1234567801/04/2020 13:52

https://www.notebookcheck.net/The-Xiaomi-Mi-10-and-Mi-10-Pro-mark-the-end-of-the-era-of-affordable-Xiaomi-flagships.459254.0.htmlAre they right?


Looks that way. In Europe at least. Stick to China for reasonable prices
I'm annoyed the way they are going. A xiaomi for £640? Realme seems the way forward for a flagship processor at a budget price
MrSwitch01/04/2020 14:00

I'm annoyed the way they are going. A xiaomi for £640? Realme seems the …I'm annoyed the way they are going. A xiaomi for £640? Realme seems the way forward for a flagship processor at a budget price


Definitely agreed. Last year's 9T Pro cost me only £400 and that was beaten massively by various deals on here over the months. A price increase from year to year is expected, but now they are on par with Samsung etc. there's no reason to stick with them
licenced01/04/2020 14:02

Definitely agreed. Last year's 9T Pro cost me only £400 and that was …Definitely agreed. Last year's 9T Pro cost me only £400 and that was beaten massively by various deals on here over the months. A price increase from year to year is expected, but now they are on par with Samsung etc. there's no reason to stick with them


Its an almost guaranteed certainty that this will come down, but this launch price is off putting.
Voice of reason @MrSwitch
MrSwitch01/04/2020 13:31

Mi band 3, not even an 4?


They must have lorry loads of them that won't shift now the 4 has been out for ages. Including it doesn't make it any more compelling though
Yes, much as i love Xiaomi I have no loyalty to them other than they provide superb value for money products. If this launch is indicative of where they are going to be pitching in the future (in Europe, anyway) then I'll have no qualms about going elsewhere.
Serious question. What do you guys think Xiaomi has to do to justify pricing on par with the likes of Samsung/Huawei/Google?
cbates6001/04/2020 15:03

Serious question. What do you guys think Xiaomi has to do to justify …Serious question. What do you guys think Xiaomi has to do to justify pricing on par with the likes of Samsung/Huawei/Google?

It's just the raw material has shot up and they think they can get more money off Europeans
MrSwitch01/04/2020 14:03

Its an almost guaranteed certainty that this will come down, but this …Its an almost guaranteed certainty that this will come down, but this launch price is off putting.




I was after the MI 10 Pro.
But even Chinese sites are charging £700...
toge01/04/2020 15:08

It's just the raw material has shot up and they think they can get more …It's just the raw material has shot up and they think they can get more money off Europeans


ah yes there does seem to be a price discrepancy

the price in china is 3,999 = £453
+ vat = £544 so it does beg the question, why have they priced at €799/£703? that's a £159 premium


pro version is 4,999 in china = £566
+ vat = £680 so again, why EU price €999/£878? that's a £198 premium!
cbates6001/04/2020 15:20

ah yes there does seem to be a price discrepancythe price in china is …ah yes there does seem to be a price discrepancythe price in china is 3,999 = £453+ vat = £544 so it does beg the question, why have they priced at €799/£703? that's a £159 premiumpro version is 4,999 in china = £566+ vat = £680 so again, why EU price €999/£878? that's a £198 premium!


Greed
toge01/04/2020 15:20

Greed



good filportunity margin for chinese private sellers
MrSwitch01/04/2020 14:03

Its an almost guaranteed certainty that this will come down, but this …Its an almost guaranteed certainty that this will come down, but this launch price is off putting.


I was planning on upgrading for the camera, there's only so many pictures of my house I can take so might as well wait a few months!
cbates6001/04/2020 15:20

ah yes there does seem to be a price discrepancythe price in china is …ah yes there does seem to be a price discrepancythe price in china is 3,999 = £453+ vat = £544 so it does beg the question, why have they priced at €799/£703? that's a £159 premiumpro version is 4,999 in china = £566+ vat = £680 so again, why EU price €999/£878? that's a £198 premium!


Giztop price is $829=666.93
It's getting just silly now.


Even the GTX 2080 Ti RX looks a good price
Edited by: "deuse" 1st Apr
MrSwitch01/04/2020 14:03

Its an almost guaranteed certainty that this will come down, but this …Its an almost guaranteed certainty that this will come down, but this launch price is off putting.


I'll wait for about 6 months, then dip in for the Pro I think
MrSwitch01/04/2020 17:20

I may join you


Are you not looking at the black shark 3 pro no more?!
toge01/04/2020 17:21

Are you not looking at the black shark 3 pro no more?!


Of course, proper beast that thing.
MrSwitch01/04/2020 14:00

I'm annoyed the way they are going. A xiaomi for £640? Realme seems the …I'm annoyed the way they are going. A xiaomi for £640? Realme seems the way forward for a flagship processor at a budget price


I'm hoping this is simply due to supply constraint post Covid-19 in China.
SClub01/04/2020 20:55

I'm hoping this is simply due to supply constraint post Covid-19 in China.


Hmm.... I'm not so sure!
The pro is 570 quid in China so think I'll pass Xiaomi got greedy lol
MrSwitch01/04/2020 14:00

I'm annoyed the way they are going. A xiaomi for £640? Realme seems the …I'm annoyed the way they are going. A xiaomi for £640? Realme seems the way forward for a flagship processor at a budget price


My poor analytic skills comparing price differentials on premium offerings inside and outside China, can deduce that all other Chinese manufacturers are trying to take advantage of the predicted loss of the Huawei marketshare (outside China). They think, well Huawei won't be able to sell a lot so this eliminates an upper bound on price so we can ask for some more and place ourselves as an upper bound premium. This strategy will also help their less premium devices. (all prices are higher from inflation - taking the max inflation between countries.)

It is a standard tactic in marketing when you can reposition your brand when competition changes.
Now of course this is their hope. Does not mean it will work out. Definitely not in hukd savvy community!

(another side factor could be that all manufacturers are expecting to push less volume due to the covid-19 crisis and hence a higher price.)

Stay safe y'all.
theprofinuk02/04/2020 08:42

My poor analytic skills comparing price differentials on premium offerings …My poor analytic skills comparing price differentials on premium offerings inside and outside China, can deduce that all other Chinese manufacturers are trying to take advantage of the predicted loss of the Huawei marketshare (outside China). They think, well Huawei won't be able to sell a lot so this eliminates an upper bound on price so we can ask for some more and place ourselves as an upper bound premium. This strategy will also help their less premium devices. (all prices are higher from inflation - taking the max inflation between countries.) It is a standard tactic in marketing when you can reposition your brand when competition changes. Now of course this is their hope. Does not mean it will work out. Definitely not in hukd savvy community! (another side factor could be that all manufacturers are expecting to push less volume due to the covid-19 crisis and hence a higher price.) Stay safe y'all.


I predict they will sell about 100 in the whole of EU. Fully expecting a price drop within 3 months
I will pay no more than £300 for a phone this will have to come down a lot for me.
Spec wise it's up there, but their brand is built around budget. If I'm spending that much on a phone, I would not buy a Xiaomi but rather a Samsung or iPhone.

Hopefully they release the k30 Pro in Europe at a more affordable price, otherwise will be switching to OnePlus. Even though that is also a pricey Chinese make, their software is on point, unlike Miui.
Edited by: "burns94" 2nd Apr
Dizy02/04/2020 09:10

I will pay no more than £300 for a phone this will have to come down a lot …I will pay no more than £300 for a phone this will have to come down a lot for me.


It will never be that cheap, the individual components cost more than that.
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