Xiaomi chairman and CEO Lei Jun hinted on Weibo on Thursday that the price of the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 10 may be higher than its predecessor in order to make better products.
Xiaomi said earlier that Xiaomi Mi 10 will be equipped with LPDDR 5 memory as standard. Chang Cheng, vice president of Xiaomi, also hinted that Xiaomi Mi 10 will also support UFS3.0 and 5G while equipped with Snapdragon 865 and LPDDR5.
In this regard, Weibo users are worried that Xiaomi Mi 10 will increase its price with one of them saying: "We may can't afford it, UFS 3.0 = price increase, LPDDR5 = price increase, 108mp = price increase, Snapdragon 865 5G = price increase, 90Hz Samsung curved screen = price increase."
Lei Jun responded to the user, saying "while designing Xiaomi 10 this time, I asked to lift the price constraint and focus on making the product better!"
Here is an auto-translated version of the conversation:
According to previous reports, the Xiaomi 10 series includes Xiaomi 10 and Xiaomi 10 Pro. They use a hyperboloid small aperture digging screen solution with a refresh rate of 90Hz and a resolution of FHD+. This is the first high refresh rate device in the Xiaomi series.
It is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 flagship platform and supports SA, NSA dual-mode 5G. It is equipped with up to LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.0 flash memory, four rear cameras, 108MP main camera, and supports wireless super flash charging (at least 30W).
It is worth noting that the Xiaomi Mi 10 series is equipped with dual speakers. It is rumored that Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro will test DxOMark, test its camera and audio, and may achieve DxOMark ranking first.
Earlier, Wang suggested that the starting price of Xiaomi Mi 10 series may be more than 3,500 yuan, and the top version may exceed 4,000 yuan.