And it looks as the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro models are going over to international markets these types of as India, Indonesia, Russia, and EEA (European Economic Area) that includes countries like Poland, Netherlands, Portugal, Italy, and Spain.
The news ships from the guys more than at XDA developers (tipped by recognized developer yshalsager) who spotted MIUI builds for the Mi 10 (codename: umi) and the Mi 10 Pro (codename: cmi) for international markets. Specifically, Xiaomi is building MIUI codes for 5 alternative regions: India, Indonesia, Russia, EEA, and Global. Since these builds are in development, we can anticipate the new Mi 10 series to launch in the above-mentioned markets.
Xiaomi India’s MD, Manu Kumar Jain has Furthermore given hints about the Mi 10 series’ release in India. Whereas tweeting about the release noted Presently, he said, “we’re working hard to give you all first open to cutting edge telephone tech in India”. Further more, in an additional tweet, he added that the Mi 10 will have a varied pricing model if it releases in India since 100% of units will have to be imported from China.
Even though Xiaomi dominates the mid-range and budget segments in India, higher than the past couple of years, the company has failed to release a decent top quality phone in the market. Notably, the last high quality Xiaomi smartphone in India was the three-year-old Mi Mix 2. So the fresh Mi 10 series with its DxOmark approved quad-cameras may be the great lineup to make a comeback to the high-quality segment this year.