Xiaomi India is currently focussing all its attention on supporting our country in these uneventful times. The Chinese tech giant recently decided to postpone the launch of its new flagship smartphone. Xiaomi Mi 10, launching on March 31, 2020, got delayed due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic in India.
After careful deliberation, we've decided to postpone the launch of #Mi10 in India, which was scheduled for 31st March 2020.
— Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) March 25, 2020
Xiaomi is currently evaluating the scenario and will announce the launch only after COVID-19 pandemic ends. Realme, another smartphone company has also announced the postponement of its new Nazo series.
Madhav Seth, CEO of Realme, said, “During these tough times, we are taking initiatives to postpone the sale of Realme Narzo series, current stocks on hold, halt our ‘Make in India’ facility till further government notice and work from home for all.”
Xiaomi Mi 10 will introduce the fastest charging technology to date. It has a 30W wireless charging capability.
Unbelievable charging speed.
— Mi India (@XiaomiIndia) March 23, 2020
The new flagship phone features a 108MP quad-camera setup. Display screen of 90Hz AMOLED present along with a premium feel to its design. But it also has Snapdragon 865 SoC, 5G connectivity and fast charging support.
COVID-19 outbreak hit smartphone brands across the globe. It canceled all flagship phone launches. Manu Kumar Jain, CEO of Xiaomi India is trying all he can to launch new flagship series sooner. All companies are facing economic losses in these times of crisis. Meanwhile, we need to stay indoors which will stop the virus from spreading.