Xiaomi Mi 10 Took Only One Minute To Completely Sold Out The Stocks

Xiaomi Mi 10 took only one minute to completely sold out the stocks with and generated over CNY200 million($28.65 million) from this flash sale.

Xiaomi Mi 10

Xiaomi mi 10 launched Yesterday with a new snapdragon 865 processor, But today it goes on sale in china and it took only one minute to completely sold the first batch of stocks. According to the official data from Xiaomi, between 42,000 and 50,000 units sold out and generated over CNY200 million($28.65 million) from this flash sale. That’s being a strong sell even in the local market.

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Xiaomi Future on High-end

Lei Jun said in an interview yesterday that the one month before the release, the deployment was done carefully and the production capacity was sufficient for sale. But the factory operations still delayed for Feb, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Lei Jun also mentioned that Xiaomi is fully focusing on the high-end smartphone market and create an amazing experience for Mi Fans. Xiaomi Mi 10 pricing starting from CNY3,999 ($572/€526) for the 8GB/128GB version, GSMArena report. The next round of Xiaomi Mi 10 will be on Feb 18.


Xiaomi Mi 10 smartphone comes with a 6.67 inch AMOLED curved screen with a resolution of 1080×2340 pixels. The panel supports the 90Hz refresh rate and 180Hz touch sampling rate, which is impressive at these days. The Xiaomi Mi 10 also provides 1200nit peak brightness and DC dimming.

One the back from the camera, the sport 108MP main primary shooter with a large 1/1.33 sensor, which supports for OIS and EIS and also supports for shooting in 8K video recording. Further, combined with a 13MP ultrawide angle unit, a 2MP depth sensor, and a 2MP macro shooter. The smartphone powered by Android 10 based on MIUI 11 on the top for a better experience. Support for dual-mode next-generation 5G network and WiFi 6 featured. Available in Peach, Green and Black color options.

Under the hood, Xiaomi Mi 10 Powered by the latest flagship Snapdragon 865 Octa-core processor with 8GB and 12GB RAM options, which also comes with LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.0 storage. The phone support 4,780 mAh battery, but offers 30W wired charging, 30W wireless charging and also available 10W reverse charging.


As we saw on Mi 10, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro also comes with a 6.67 inch AMOLED screen as well as the flagship Snapdragon 865 processor. Further, includes 4500 mAh battery that can be charged up to 50W by wired, 30W wireless charging, and up to 10W in reverse charging for other gadgets. Slightly improvement than Mi 10 charging features.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro powered by Android 10 based MIUI on the top, which will support dual-mode 5G, WiFi 6,  UFS 3.0 storage and LPDDR5 RAM. Besides, the standard version starts from 8GB RAM/256GB storage to 12GB/512GB storage. Available in Blue and White colors. The phone was likely to announced in MWC 2020 for Global, but due to the outbreak of Coronavirus, the conference is canceled. The global launch date will be announced soon by Xiaomi. 
One the back, the phone features the 108MP main 8P lens with OIS, EIS and also support for enhanced 8K video recording. Further, combined with other three impressive cameras like long 8MP telephone lens supporting 10X hybrid zoom, a small 12MP 2X telephoto lens for portrait shots and a 20MP ultrawide angle sensor. Unlike Mi 10, the Mi 10 camera is more powerful.


According to some reports, the Xiaomi Mi 10 series may launch in India without 5G. But the launch date is not confirmed yet. Further, Xiaomi Mi 10 price in India starts at Rs. 49,999, which is more than the OnePlus series according to the latest report.
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