Xiaomi launches the Mi 11 Ultra in Germany alongside the Redmi Note 10 5G
Xiaomi has officially unleashed the Mi 11 Ultra as the latest contender in Germany's premium Android space. The OEM describes it as a milestone in "professional" mobile photography, a claim the phone's new ISOCELL GN2 sensor might well be able to uphold.
The high-end 'Among Us phone' will go on sale through certain carriers or via mi.com/de at an all-too-predictably whopping starting price of €1,199 (~US$1,457). It has been launched alongside a much more affordable Redmi phone, however, which debuts in Europe under its 'original' name of Note 10 5G instead of as a POCO rebrand as rumored earlier.
Europe's latest source of Dimensity 700 can be ordered from Xiaomi's German web-store from now for a price of €229.90 (~$280) for a base model with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, or €249 (~$303) to double the storage. Xiaomi also ushered the Note 10s in during its German product event, and can also be pre-ordered now, starting at €249 (~$303).
Finally, Xiaomi announced pricing and availabiity for the Mi TV P1s in this market. This new option in Chromecast-integrated and 4K (in every SKU except for the 32-inch base model) smart screens will start at €299 (~$363), ranging up to €699 (~$849) for a 55-inch top-end unit, on their release at the end of May. They will also be sold through mi.com/de, as well as Amazon.de and the e-tailer MediaMarkt, Saturn and Otto.
Xiaomi Press Release