- Xiaomi postpones the launch of Mi 10 in India
- Xiaomi additionally introduced the closure of its manufacturing crops within the nation
- Realme additionally cancelled its Narzo sequence launch occasion
Xiaomi has formally known as off the Mi 10 launch which was scheduled for March 31 in India. The much-anticipated smartphone from Xiaomi was all set to debut within the Asian sub-continent on the finish of this month, nonetheless, as a result of Coronavirus outbreak, the corporate needed to postpone the occasion. Not solely Xiaomi, however Realme additionally postponed the launch of its Narzo sequence. For the unaware, Realme Narzo 10 and 10A smartphones have been speculated to launch at the moment. Another Chinese model Vivo has suspended all its smartphone launches till issues quiet down in India. Notably, Vivo was about to unveil the V19 sequence of telephones. The firm even set a launch date for Vivo V19 which was initially postponed to April 3, solely to name off the launch completely.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Launch Date Will Be Revealed Later
“After careful deliberation, we have taken the decision to postpone the launch of Xiaomi’s flagship Mi 10 in India, which was scheduled on March 31, 2020. We are evaluating the situation and will release a revised launch date soon,” mentioned the Chinese model in a media launch. As Xiaomi famous, the corporate shall be monitoring the scenario and can reveal a brand new launch date.
Coronavirus instances are steadily growing in India with the present confirmed instances depend standing at 673. Also, the Indian authorities has put your complete nation on lockdown for 21 days until April 14. We predict the scenario to quiet down over the subsequent couple of week. The launch of the Mi 10 would possibly solely occur after April 14, however once more, nothing is confirmed for now and the lockdown would possibly lengthen additional.
Realme Cancels Narzo Series Launch as Well
Besides Xiaomi, the Oppo spin-off model Realme additionally cancelled the launch occasion of its Narzo sequence in India. To recall, Realme was all set to unveil the Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A smartphones in India at the moment (March 26), however the firm needed to cancel the occasion as a result of lockdown introduced on late Tuesday. The Realme Narzo 10 was mentioned to be a rebranded Realme 6i, whereas the Narzo 10A could possibly be the Indonesian Realme C3 with a fingerprint scanner and triple rear cameras.
For now, smartphone manufacturers are specializing in current merchandise and even the manufacturing crops have been closed as a result of lockdown. Even e-commerce portals like Flipkart and Amazon are solely promoting important merchandise on their platforms.