DJI Mini 3: Retailer confirms specifications and European pricing with RC-N1 remote controller bundle
DJI still has not acknowledged the Mini 3 yet, making today's rumoured launch date seem unlikely. However, an Austrian retailer briefly listed the upcoming drone on its website, confirming earlier leaks and European pricing. Contrary to those rumours, the Mini 3 is approximately €250 cheaper than the Mini 3 Pro, with Alza pricing the former at €579, including VAT.
As the image above shows, that price includes a DJI RC-N1 remote controller and accessories like replacement propellers and USB cables. For reference, DJI charges €90 extra for the RC-N1 remote controller when buying the Mini 3 Pro. Hence, there is a good chance that the Mini 3 will be available for up to €489 on its own, assuming DJI offers the drone without an RC-N1 remote controller at the same discount.
Additionally, Alza confirms many previously leaked specifications, such as the drone's 4K video recording capabilities and 38-minute maximum flight time. The retailer describes the Mini 3 as having a 12 km range and a 57.6 km/h top speed. Alza did not share a release date though, effectively the last piece of the Mini 3 puzzle. Typically, DJI leaves a few days between announcing a hardware launch event and commencing it. With that in mind, we suspect DJI will wait until the middle of December before unveiling the Mini 3.