Manu Kumar Jain, Managing Director of Xiaomi India, has tweeted referring to those modifications and has requested followers whether or not they seen the change. He described the transfer as “just a small step towards making a HUGE announcement”. This is in keeping with the Mi India account bio that reads, “A BIG news is coming very soon. Stay tuned”.
Mi followers, we have labored very laborious to convey this #108MP flagship expertise to India.
However, I need to add that we might have a special pricing mannequin for this flagship because of (a) direct import (b) greater GST (c) depreciating ₹. Will hold everybody posted.#Xiaomi ❤️ #108MPIsHere https://t.co/HkMRftpyuz
— Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) March 18, 2020
In a separate tweet, Manu has made it clear that Mi 10 will launch at a better value in India. This is as a result of Xiaomi must import Mi 10 items immediately from China as a substitute of constructing them domestically. The different two causes are elevated GST on smartphones and depreciation of Indian Rupee.
There isn’t any details about the launch date but however since Mi 10 international launch is about for March 27th, we will anticipate the Indian launch to occur on the identical day as nicely. But because of an Amazon India tweet, we do know that it is going to be the web companion for the sale of the smartphone as and when it’s launched.
— Amazon.in (@amazonIN) March 18, 2020
Lastly, a widely known Indian tipster Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) has tweeted that Xiaomi will launch solely the usual Mi 10 in India. The cause behind no Mi 10 Pro Indian launch is anticipated to be the costly pricing. The two units provide an identical specs apart from some modifications to the digicam sensors.
Only the Mi 10 vanilla will launch. And I’m speaking about Indian launch.
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) March 18, 2020