Mi 10 Ultra: Excited fans push for Xiaomi to launch its magnum opus globally
Xiaomi launched the Mi 10 Ultra about two weeks. Unlike the company's usual flagships—the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro, for example—there remains some uncertainty about Xiaomi's potential plans for a global launch. Fans aren't too happy about that, apparently. and have now taken to the figurative streets in an attempt to convince the company to bring the Mi 10 Ultra to Europe. The protest comes in the guise of a change.org petition.
The logic behind the petition is solid: prospective buyers aren't happy about having to choose between the Exynos 990-powered Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and the Google-less Huawei P40 series. The answer? The Mi 10 Ultra, of course. The OnePlus 8 Pro and OPPO Find X2 Pro also exist but more options never hurt anyone. There is also, of course, the Mi 10 Pro, which still remains one of the best premium offerings on the market.
The petition is picking up some serious steam. It was sitting at a magnificent 14 signatures 24 hours ago but has now climbed to right about 500 signatures. That's impressive and shows that there is a market for the Mi 10 Ultra in Europe, if that was ever in doubt.
Xiaomi remains uncertain over a global launch for the Mi 10 Ultra. If it makes its way over to Europe, we expect it to be priced right at the €999 mark.
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