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nsxr99 14-02-2020 01:57 AM

Can't seem to justify and accept a xiaomi that is going to cost over $1000

TUV2008 14-02-2020 06:41 AM

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Originally Posted by nsxr99 (Post 125150428)
Can't seem to justify and accept a xiaomi that is going to cost over $1000

Same for me, any phone in fact more than 1000 is simply overpriced.

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TUV2008 14-02-2020 06:43 AM

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Originally Posted by cscs3 (Post 125148684)
They should learn from the previous Mi Mix 2, price so high till it get lots of left over stock even model is replaced by newer one.

I am using mix 2, I find the price is still OK for the size of the screen and features.

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andyhtc 14-02-2020 07:40 AM

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Originally Posted by OutBreak (Post 125147865)
WTF.. Xiaomi so expensive now?? :eek:

The demand is likely to be weak given the situation in China and regionally. The price should easily fall below $1k by end of the year.

TUV2008 14-02-2020 08:07 AM

Huh so fast drop price? So cham... I think the market is very realistic, choices are too many and the highest the price the harder to sell.

I almost want to hoot the note 10 but after seeing the actual set I drop the idea.

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Originally Posted by cosycatus (Post 125148660)
Actually the mi note 10 looks like a better buy. Price drop to 600.
It has same camera system and a 3.5mm jack
Only thing is the slow pic taking processing. Is there any firmware update that improve it?
Shall take a closer look again


yongsoon80 14-02-2020 12:20 PM

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Originally Posted by TUV2008 (Post 125151666)
Huh so fast drop price? So cham... I think the market is very realistic, choices are too many and the highest the price the harder to sell.

I almost want to hoot the note 10 but after seeing the actual set I drop the idea.

U guys know where to buy in Singapore?

chesterqw 14-02-2020 03:05 PM

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Originally Posted by jcw_17 (Post 125150371)
thinking of getting mi 10 pro but unsure how's MiUI now.

what are some things u guys dislike about xiaomi interface and features?

All the mi apps I dislike.
I wish Xiaomi just go the Android One path like what Nokia is doing.

Ctrl_Alt_Del 14-02-2020 04:35 PM

Xiaomi cropped the 108 mp camera resolution in binned mode. 25 mp vs mi note 10 27 mp. 108 mp mode output same resolution as mi note 10.

Maybe that is too remove the corners lens defects as seem in mi note 10?

OutBreak 14-02-2020 06:52 PM

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Originally Posted by chesterqw (Post 125158954)
All the mi apps I dislike.
I wish Xiaomi just go the Android One path like what Nokia is doing.

Stock Android looks like sheet..

Kirakun83 14-02-2020 07:32 PM

Are they going for global rom?

NightRaven49 14-02-2020 09:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Kirakun83 (Post 125164167)
Are they going for global rom?

give it a few weeks. originally supposed to have global launch at mwc, but now cancelled. but given that their original launch date around end feb, the global rom should be almost ready.

Anything_Whatever 14-02-2020 09:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Kirakun83 (Post 125164167)
Are they going for global rom?

Go to page 1 read post #4...

Global launch 23-Feb-2020

jackycar 15-02-2020 01:34 AM

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Originally Posted by cosycatus (Post 125148660)
Actually the mi note 10 looks like a better buy. Price drop to 600.
It has same camera system and a 3.5mm jack
Only thing is the slow pic taking processing. Is there any firmware update that improve it?
Shall take a closer look again

50w charging. Snapdragon 865 makes a BIG difference over SD7XX, wireless charging faster than some phones wired, 8k video recording, a lot more ram and storage

andyhtc 15-02-2020 07:40 AM

Mi 10 Pro is using cutting edge technologies. For an average user who does not play graphics demanding games or take photos regularly, Mi 8 Pro is already very good. Usually, 1-2 generation behind is sufficient for majority of users.

andyhtc 15-02-2020 07:53 AM

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Originally Posted by amazingone (Post 125149169)
Having the latest flagship processor is the yearly tradition for Xiaomi Mi flagship series, and they are usually one of the first to launch 8xx series.

The cost for 865 is way costly than previous gen of 8xx series, and currently there's no competitor competing with Qualcomm in the high-end processor segment thus Qualcomm can price it as high as they want.

With Huawei's phones getting crippled internationally, Xiaomi is gunning for the vacuum created in the premium Chinese phone segment.

I believe that if Huawei's phones still have access to Google, Xiaomi would not be so bold to price itself so high.


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