DJI Mini 3 Pro European pricing leaks as talk of a month delay emerges
According to reports, DJI no longer plans to release the Mini 3 Pro this month. Writing on Twitter, @DealsDrone asserts that DJI has postponed the Mini 3 Pro until May. For some reason, the leaker has not explained what has caused the delay, although we would not rule out ongoing lockdowns in China as the cause. Either way, it is now clear from the amount of Mini 3 Pro-related leaks that it will be DJI's next consumer drone.
In that vein, @DealsDrone has leaked more hands-on pictures, embedded throughout this article. Moreover, the leaker has demonstrated that the Mini 3 Pro weighs less than 249 g, matching the Mini 2. For reference, DJI continues to keep its mini drone below 250 g, a critical weight when it comes to drone regulations.
Separately, @DealsDrone and @JasperEllens have revealed European pricing for the Mini 3 Pro and its various combo deals. Purportedly, the Mini 3 Pro will start at €739 in Europe, a price that includes the drone and a battery. In comparison, the Mini 3 Pro Fly More Kit will retail for €189, or €928 with the Mini 3 Pro included. Supposedly, people will not need to buy the RC remote controller because it will be compatible with the Mini 2 controller.
Furthermore, the pair expect the Mini 3 Pro to cost €829 with a normal RC-N1 controller included. However, the Mini 3 Pro will rise to €999 with the new RC remote controller, which has leaked previously. For reference, all prices will include VAT, so they should be higher than their equivalents in the US.