Xiaomi had a massive announcement today in India - the company finally introduced the Mi 10 smartphone, the Mi True Wireless Earphones 2, and also unveiled the Mi Box 4K - an Android TV gadget for streaming video content with voice-assisted remote control.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 comes with Snapdragon 865 chipset and 8 GB RAM, while storage is either 128 GB or 256 GB. The price is INR49,999 ($660/€610) or INR54,999 ($727/€672), but some fans might be disappointed to learn that the Mi 10 Pro won’t be arriving in India for now. They are left with the vanilla version that has a 108 MP main camera and a 13 MP ultra-wide-angle shooter, as well as two secondary snappers (macro + depth).
The Mi Box 4K runs AndroidTV 9.0 and supports up to 60fps 4K video. There is a 2 GHz quad-core CPU inside, 2 GB RAM, and 8 GB eMMC flash storage. The remote for the Mi Box has shortcut buttons for Netflix and Amazon Prime, as well as Google Assistant. It connects over Wi-Fi 802.11ac (so it will work both on a 2.4 GHz and 5GHz network) and supports Bluetooth 4.2.
The price is INR3,499 ($46/€42) and will be available starting Sunday, May 10, on Flipkart and all online retail channels of Xiaomi.
The Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 are not new - they were unveiled back in April as Mi Air 2S TWS earbuds. Xiaomi equipped them with 14.2 mm drivers, touch controls, and dual microphones for noise cancellation.
Priced at INR4,499 ($60/€55), they will arrive for sale on Tuesday, May 12 at Amazon and mi.com. If purchased before May 17, they will cost just INR3,999 - that’s around $52/€48.