The Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro may be cheaper than expected as September 30 launch announced
The Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro have leaked several times in the last few weeks, including on Amazon Spain. Most leaks have included supposed pricing of Xiaomi's next flagships, but they both may be cheaper than had been previously expected. Initially, Amazon Spain priced the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro at €547.20 and €640.91 respectively, which Ice Universe subsequently contradicted. Instead, the leaker claimed, the Mi 10T Pro would cost €699 - €100 cheaper than the Mi 10.
However, new reports state that Xiaomi will price the Mi 10T series at even less than has been suggested. According to @NilsAhrDE and @maxim8980, Xiaomi will pitch the Mi 10T at €499, a snip for a device reputedly set for 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage and a Snapdragon 865 chipset. By contrast, the Mi 10T Pro will start at €599.90 with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB storage, while the 256 GB model will cost an additional €50. The 256 GB model will also be offered in Rainbow Silver, as Amazon Spain suggested.
A €100 surcharge may seem a lot for 2 GB additional RAM, but the Mi 10T Pro is also expected to include a 144 Hz display and a 108 MP primary camera sensor. The latter may well be Samsung's new ISOCELL HM2 sensor, for reference. In comparison, the Mi 10T will have a 64 MP camera, although the refresh rate of its display is unknown at this stage.
Xiaomi has announced that the Mi 10T series will debut on September 30. The live stream will commence at 14:00 GMT (+UTC 02:00) and will be streamed on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Xiaomi's social platforms.