Yesterday, to mark its 10th year in the smartphone industry, Xiaomi launched its first two Ultra phones – the all-impressive Mi 10 Ultra with a remarkable camera setup and 120W charging, and the Redmi K30 Ultra with a 120Hz AMOLED screen and a Dimensity 1000+ at an affordable price.
However, the other parts of the world seems to have slim chance of laying their hands on either of the two. According to a Xiaomi representative that was contacted, both the Mi 10 Ultra and Redmi K30 Ultra are exclusive to China and are unlikely to go global. Their coming under a different sub-brand such as Poco was as well ruled out.
Though the Poco F2 Pro has similar specs and features that are close enough to the Redmi K30 Ultra, the globally-available Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is far from the Mi 10 Ultra in comparison. So it’s so sad to miss out on that one.