In February, Xiaomi introduced the flagship Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro for the Chinese market.
After that, the company’s fans were waiting for the release in the Western markets, but it seems that many will be disappointed
The price tag is almost two times higher than that in China. Perhaps due to such a jump in prices, the manufacturer does not want to produce the more expensive Mi 10 Pro in foreign stores.
It is not officially known which countries will begin to receive Xiaomi gadgets. The start of global sales of the Xiaomi Mi 10 line is scheduled for March 28. Apparently, closer to this date it will become clear whether the company will start releasing its top-end flagship in the West.