Xiaomi has launched several exciting products a couple of days ago. The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra and the company’s transparent TV got launched, but neither of those products will reach global markets.
That information was confirmed by Daniel D, Xiaomi’s Senior Product Marketing Manager and Global Spokesperson. He confirmed the news on Twitter.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra will not reach global markets, unfortunately
To be more precise, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, Mi TV Lux Transparent Edition, and Redmi K30 Ultra will not leave China, at least for the time being. That’s too bad, as all three of those products are quite compelling.
Daniel D said that there are no plans for a global release. That implies that there are no plans at the moment, things may change in the future. It would be nice to see some of these devices outside of China by the end of the year, that’s for sure.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra and the other two products probably won’t reach global markets, though. The Mi 9 Pro 5G did not launch outside China last year, so this one probably won’t either.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra is actually assembled at Xiaomi’s new Smart Factory. It features a next-gen fully-automated production line. That actually helped Xiaomi keep the phone’s price down.
That is the first phone assembled in that factory, by the way. If the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra ends up reaching other markets, its price tag will surely rise quite a bit. Not only because of this factory, but because that’s usually what happens with all the extra costs.
Xiaomi’s new flagship is a considerably beefed-up variant of the Mi 10 Pro
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra is essentially a beefed-up variant of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro. This is the first device in the world to support 120W fast wired charging. It also comes with a much more powerful camera setup than the Mi 10 Pro.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra also supports a 120Hz refresh rate for its display. That is not something the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro offered, as it capped out at 90Hz.
The Mi 10 Ultra comes with really thin bezels, and a display camera hole in the top-left corner. The device does include an in-display fingerprint scanner, and four cameras on its back.
The device’s periscope camera supports zoom up to 120x, and it actually offers quite a bit of versatility when it comes to shooting images. Android 10 comes pre-installed on the phone, along with Xiaomi’s MIUI OS.