Though Xiaomi made it clear that it has no plans to release the Redmi K30 Ultra and Mi 10 Ultra for the global market, that won’t stop other retailers from selling them in the Philippines, albeit unofficially. Xundd, one of the third-party local sellers of region-restricted smartphones, has revealed the price of its K30 Ultra and Mi 10 Ultra. You can see the price breakdown below:
- Redmi K30 Ultra – 6GB/128GB – P18,500
- Redmi K30 Ultra – 8GB/128GB – P20,500
- Redmi K30 Ultra – 8GB/512GB – P23,000
- Mi 10 Ultra – 12GB/256GB – P49,000
- Mi 10 Ultra – 16GB/512GB – P57,000
Xundd has put the two devices up for pre-order, requiring a non-refundable P2,000 reservation. Unlike most of its smartphones, both the K30 Ultra and Mi 10 Ultra will come with China ROM. So, expect the devices to feature China-specific apps and language. On top of that, the network bands they come with are made to work with China’s network. We can’t assure you if they’re going to work seamlessly with the country’s network bands. After all, you are still dealing with a gray market.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra boasts 120Hz display, 120W fast charging, and 120x zoom while the Redmi K30 Ultra offers 120Hz AMOLED, Dimensity 1000+, and 5G for not a lot of money. You can check their full spec sheet by clicking on the linked articles below.