The Xiaomi 12 Pro price in India was guessed by tipster Yogesh Brar. The Xiaomi 12 Pro will soon be launched in India, the Chinese smartphone giant has confirmed. However, Xiaomi has not communicated the exact launch date. A microsite on Amazon confirmed that the handset will be available in India through the e-commerce platform. Xiaomi’s flagship smartphone was launched globally in March. Meanwhile, the tipster has also claimed that the Chinese company could launch the Xiaomi 12X in the country alongside the Xiaomi 12X Pro.
Xiaomi 12 Pro Price in India (Rumored)
Brar tweeted that the price of the Xiaomi 12 Pro will start from Rs in India. 65,000. The price of the phone in China starts at 4,699 CNY (about Rs. 56,000) for the 8GB + 128GB variant. The phone is also available in an 8GB + 256GB storage model for CNY 4,999 (approx. Rs. 59,600), and the top-of-the-line 12GB + 256GB option costs CNY 5,399 (approx. Rs. 64,400). .). In comparison, the handset’s price in other markets starts at $999 (around Rs.75,900) for 8GB + 256GB of storage.
Xiaomi 12 Pro is coming soon and should be available at a starting price of ₹65,000.
This should be followed by less expensive options like a possible Xiaomi 12X with Dimensity 8100 & 12X Pro with D9000. These new Dimensity chips are very stable with many Indian bound products in the pipeline.
— Yogesh Brar (@heyitsyogesh) April 6, 2022
As previously mentioned, the Xiaomi 12 Pro will soon be launching in India and will be available in stores on Amazon. The phone will also likely be available through Xiaomi’s official website, just like the other offerings.
Alongside the Xiaomi 12 Pro India price, the tipster also claims that the company may also offer the “less expensive options” such as “a possible Xiaomi 12X” and “[Xiaomi] 12X Pro”. While the Xiaomi 12X is said to be equipped with the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 SoC, the Xiaomi 12X Pro could be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 SoC. He also claims that the new Dimensity chipsets will be available in “many India-bound products in the pipeline.”