Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra and K30 Ultra not coming out of China
Yesterday, Xiaomi dropped its first two Ultra phones - the mightily-impressive Mi 10 Ultra with a remarkable camera array and 120W charging, and the Redmi K30 Ultra with a 120Hz AMOLED screen and a Dimensity 1000+ at an affordable price.
However, western audiences have a slim chance of seeing either in person. We were informed by a Xiaomi representative that both the Mi 10 Ultra and Redmi K30 Ultra are exclusive to China and are unlikely to go global. Their debut under a different sub-brand such as Poco was also ruled out.
And while the Poco F2 Pro comes close enough to the Redmi K30 Ultra, the globally-available Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro pales in comparison to the Mi 10 Ultra so it will be a real shame to miss out on that one.
Frustration is full in myself, I have been waiting for the K30 Ultra phone for days to buy it, and this is a very big shame for the company because the K30 Ultra phone is the best phone in the middle class and will not launch it to the global market...
- 18 Aug 2020
- Tech Empire
Real shame that one of the best phones if not the best phone (and not that expensive comparatively) is not coming to the global market.
- 16 Aug 2020
I agree, much better value for money than most companies
- 15 Aug 2020