This 2020, despite the pandemic events from Covid-19, for Xiaomi it was an important year to celebrate as the tenth anniversary of the brand took place. For the occasion, the Chinese company launched the brand new Mi 10 Ultra, which attracted the attention of the public due to a display with a 120 Hz refresh rate, a 120 W recharge and a prodigious 120X zoom. A technological joy that unfortunately until now has been an exclusive for Chinese users, so much so that many Mi Fans have even mobilized with an online petition, appealing to Lei Jun's good heart for the release of this model also in Europe. In reality, there are 2 models that are in great demand, as in addition to Mi 10 Ultra the Asian company has also given light to the Redmi K30 Ultra.
From that moment some signals arrived that suggested that the requests of the Mi Fans had been accepted, so much so that through an announcement with great fanfare Xiaomi Spain announced the arrival of Mi 10 Ultra in Hispanic land but unfortunately the device was the protagonist only of a dedicated event, in which only a few lucky users were able to touch the new flagship. At the moment Lei Jun's company has delighted us with the new Mi 10T series, but a really curious fact happened on the net: Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra and Redmi K30 Ultra have peeped into the ranking drawn up by AnTuTu regarding the performance of the top and mid-range of September 2020, globally. Oh yes apparently the two super awaited terminals boast a global version that could therefore really debut in Europe in a short space of time.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra and Redmi K30 Ultra appear on AnTuTu in the Global version. Error or anticipation of some surprise?
The images above speak for themselves, both Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra and Redmo K30 Ultra fall into the ranking dedicated to Global devices, although both devices have not at all put their nose out of the Chinese market if not by way of crossroads and in any case unofficial. Was there an error on the part of AnTuTu, was there confusion between the Global market and the Chinese one? At the moment we can not have certainties neither on one nor on other hypotheses, but we expect an official feedback from Xiaomi which could then rekindle or definitively mark any hope on the release of these two highly anticipated terminals. And you, would you like to see the two Ultra smartphones at work here in Italy too?