Latest alleged Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra smartphone price leak could indicate a price of around 1,200 Euros (US$1,410) if released outside of China
There have already been numerous leaks concerning the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra smartphone, including one that suggested the device would have a starting price of 6,299 yuan (US$904/£691/€770/₹67,776) for the 12 GB + 256 GB model. The same leak also states that an impressive 12 GB + 512 GB version of the Mi 10 Ultra would be priced at 6,999 yuan (US$1,005/£768/€855/₹75,308).
That same 6,999 yuan price tag has turned up again for the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, but this time, confusingly, it is seemingly connected to a device that only has 128 GB storage. Of course, the screenshot revealing this information could be fake, and the apparent source is a Chinese third-party retailer so it could just be a placeholder. But if the price is accurate then it will be harsh reading for any hoping the Mi 10 Ultra gets released outside of China.
The international price for the Mi 10 Ultra could reach as high as 1,200 Euros (US$1,410/£1,078/₹105,643) according to one estimate, and it is easy to see how that figure was obtained. The current Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is priced at 4,999 yuan (US$718) in China but if you go over to the company’s Spanish e-store you will find a price tag of 999 Euros (US$1,174) for the same 8 GB + 256 GB model. If anything, the 1,200-Euro estimate for the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra on the international market could actually be too low if the smartphone is priced at 6,999 yuan in China.