MI Note 10 Release Date

Xiaomi has revealed its latest flagship smartphones, with the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro joined by a Mi 10 Lite 5G with an unexpectedly low price tag. Unveiled via livestream today, the new trio will start to arrive in Europe from early April, with Xiaomi confirming pricing outside of China for the first time.

As expected, the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro made their global debut, having been revealed in February. Back then Xiaomi was only talking about Chinese availability. Now, the company says the Mi 10 will start at 799 euro ($868), while the Mi 10 Pro will start at 999 euro ($1,086). Sales in Europe will kick off from around April 7, with preorders generally starting from the end of March.

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That lowest cost is exactly the same as that of the Huawei P40, announced the day before the Xiaomi Mi 10. While the Huawei phone seems to have better camera specs, the lack of Google apps on it might be a deal-breaker.

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, stocks are limited at the moment. So before we get the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro in for a review, we’ve compiled everything you need to know about the upcoming phones so you can decide if it’s worth waiting for or not.

Xiaomi Mi 10 release date and price
At the global Xiaomi Mi 10 launch event the company announced the two top phones would be released either April 7 and April 15 depending on country, although pre-orders start before. There are pre-order bonuses that depend on region too. The Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite, though, is set to come a little later, in May 2020.

Well, the exactly products released depends on your country. The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro isn't coming to the UK, for example, so phone fans there will have to stick to the basic device.

In terms of price, the Xiaomi Mi 10 will cost £699 (roughly $820, AU$1,390) for 128GB internal storage, and with 256GB of memory you're looking at a cost of £799 (around $940, AU$1,590).

That price for the Xiaomi Mi 10 is high when you consider the Mi 9 launched for £549 (around $650, AU$1,090) for its 128GB version, but there's quite a few more impressive features on this new phone, like its 108MP camera, that may make up for it. The Mi Note 10 cost that exact same price too for its 256GB version, and that had all the same cameras as the Mi 10 Pro and more, so it remains to be seen how that phone improves on its predecessors.

The Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite will cost €349 (roughly $380, £310, AU$640) and, since it's a 5G phone, that would make it by far the most affordable handset with that next-gen connectivity.

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