Xiaomi will announce the global rollout of its 12-series flagships next week on March 15. You have already seen what the phones look like, more or less, the global versions will have only minor cosmetic changes as seen in leaked renders (e.g. a 5G label on the back).
Here’s another look at the images, this times without watermarks, courtesy of SnoopyTech. The leakster also has pricing info for Europe for the Xiaomi 12 series, as well a the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G. This last one launched in India today and we hadn’t heard that it’s coming to Europe as well.
Let’s start with the Xiaomi 12 Pro. According to Snoopy, it will cost €1,100-1,200 depending on the memory configuration. The Mi 11 Pro skipped Europe last year, so we can’t make a direct price comparison, but the new Pro is pricey.
Xiaomi 12 Pro global version (leaked images)
Xiaomi 12 Pro highlights (in French)
The Xiaomi 12 is more reasonable with an €850-900 price, but that’s still €100 more than the Mi 11 cost last year for the same memory configuration.
Xiaomi 12 global version (leaked images)
Xiaomi 12 highlights (in French)
If that seems too pricey, the Xiaomi 12X is almost the same phone with a Snapdragon 870 instead of a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. That’s a two generation gap in performance, but also a lot of money saved as well – the 12X will allegedly cost €650-700.
This is assuming these leaked prices are correct, of course, but they seem to line up with the price leak from last week.
As for the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G, that one will be even cheaper with a price in the €460-500 range. We have the prices for the different memory configurations in a table below.
Xiaomi 12 Pro
Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G
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