Following a bunch of promises and teasers, the Mi 11 Ultra has finally reached India. Almost. The first sale for the Chinese company's top of the line device will take place on July 7 at 12 noon local time on the Indian Mi.com website. Note that this will be a "Superfan Limited Quantity Sale", as per Xiaomi, so do expect stock to be severely limited and disappear completely within minutes, if not seconds.
Yesterday Xiaomi opened registrations for the Mi 11 Ultra in India, and at that point it hadn't revealed when the first sale would take place. Well, now you know, and if you have registered, you may have a chance to grab a unit. Speaking of registration, this may or may not still be open at the time you're reading this - can't hurt to try by going to this link.
The Mi 11 Ultra is priced at INR 74,999, with some gift cards netting you a INR 5,000 discount. It's still far from cheap, but may just be worth it as Xiaomi's first ever true proper flagship device. If you're interested in learning more about it, don't miss our in-depth review.
Xiaomi is already no.1 in large market like India
Lol first of all, this isn't a Renault... If Apple, Samsung, Huawei are BMW, audi & Mercedes....then Xiaomi is a Buggati.
actually, it's more like Seltos trying to take on the established market leader Creta. My belief is that if s/w updates keep on improving, the mi11u will establish xiaomi as a firm contender to rival sammy in times to come.