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Nearly 40% of Xiaomi Mi 10 / Pro pre-sale or first sale come from other brands

This morning, the Xiaomi Mi 10 flagship phone was officially launched for sale. The 8GB + 128GB variant sells for 3999 yuan, the 8GB + 256GB model sells for 4299 yuan, and the 12GB + 256GB version sells for 4699 yuan. The official data shows that the phone has managed to be on sale for 1 minute, and the total platform sales exceed 200 million yuan.

Xiaomi Mi 10

This afternoon, Xu Jieyun, the general manager of the Xiaomi Group’s public relations department, said that from the back-end data of the pre-sale and the first sale of Xiaomi Mi 10, at least nearly 40% of users came from other brands (one of which has a prominent contribution). The data is higher than expected. It was also surprising to see so many new users coming from the rivals. He also added ‘Mi fans who have not bought today, please also be tolerant. On February 18, the Xiaomi 10 Pro will be sold for the first time.’

Also Read: Xiaomi Mi 10 vs Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro: Learn The Differences

This afternoon, Wang Teng, the product director of Xiaomi, also revealed that the Mi 10 ranked first in terms of the source of replacement for the first batch of users. He wrote in the comments that ‘I think the Mi 10 has the potential to become a new generation of nail households.’

However, those who are familiar with this handset, shouldn’t be surprised. The Xiaomi Mi 10 is equipped with a Snapdragon 865 processor and uses a 6.67-inch 90Hz custom AMOLED small hole-curved curved screen. The entire line is equipped with LPDDR5 memory, WiFi 6, UFS 3.0 storage, and a 100-megapixel rear quad camera module. Its battery supports 30W wired fast flash charge + 30W wireless fast flash charge + 10W wireless reverse charge.

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