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Xiaomi ends Mi 10 Pro production ahead of Mi 11 release but you can still buy an Mi 10 Ultra...for now

The Mi 10 Ultra remains available for now. (Source: Xiaomi)
The Mi 10 Ultra remains available for now. (Source: Xiaomi)
The Mi 10 Pro will go down as Xiaomi's first actual flagship phone on par with the regular juggernauts of the segment but the company is already phasing the device out, likely in preparation for the release of the Mi 11. The Mi 10 Ultra remains available, however, but not for much longer.

Xiaomi launched the Mi 10 Pro back in February but is now saying goodbye to the much-lauded flagship as it prepares for the release of a direct successor—the Mi 11.

The company has quietly pulled the Mi 10 Pro from its online stores in China, leading to whispers about a possible end to the production of the device. Xiaomi boss Lei Jun, not one to shy away from such rumors, confirmed on Weibo two days ago that the company has now ceased sales of the Mi 10 Pro, with the flagship phone having run its race to the end. 

According to Lei Jun, Xiaomi will continue to sell the Mi 10 Ultra as its flagship offering. That makes sense, of course, as the Mi 10 Ultra was only released a few months ago, and is, by most metrics, an upgrade on the now-defunct Mi 10 Pro. Sadly, the Mi 10 Ultra will not be available for much longer either, with the executive citing limited stock as the reason. 

The Mi 11 is expected to debut sometime in February next year and will be powered by a Snapdragon 875. Other expected features include 120 W fast-charging, a 120 Hz AMOLED, and likely a 108 MP camera. 

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Ricci Rox, 2020-11- 6 (Update: 2020-11- 6)
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