Xiaomi’s Mi 10 smartphone was supposed to be launched this month. Given the circumstances, now with 21-day coronavirus lockdown, Xiaomi has put off the launch in India.
Xiaomi said, "As we continue to monitor the situation pertaining to the COVID-19 in India, multiple cases have been reported and almost all key districts are under lockdown across the country. After careful deliberation, we have taken the decision to postpone the launch of Xiaomi's flagship Mi 10 in India, which was scheduled on 31st March 2020."
Xiaomi lately said that they will look into the developments and fix a new date for the launch. It is said that Xiaomi was scheduled to host an online event for Mi 10 rollout in India on March 31st at 12:30pm.
Coming to the features, Mi 10 has a 6.67-inch Full HD+AMOLED display with 90 HZ refresh rate, it is equipped with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and has three RAM/storage variants: 8GB/128GB, 8GB/256GB, and 12GB/256GB.
The camera is the most outstanding feature, it has a quad-camera setup behind the phone i.e. 108MP main camera, 13MP Ultra Wide lens, 12MP telephoto lens, 2MP macro lens along with a 20MP front camera.
Mi 10 starts with Rs. 42,500 however, including GST, the phone will cost more than 50,000 in India.
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