If you want to buy the Xiaomi Mi 11, it is on sale again on Amazon maintaining its launch price
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Amazon has replaced units of the Xiaomi Mi 11, the top-of-the-range mobile of the Asian firm for this 2021. It does so by keeping the 749 euros set by Xiaomi for launch in Spain.
Xiaomi has renewed its high-end, and it has done so starting with its flagship, which does not stop surprising in many aspects, as expected. The Xiaomi Mi 11 is already on sale in Spain, although it has started its journey with some stock problems.
Amazon, without going any further, had been without units for sale for several days, until today. Right now you can buy the Xiaomi Mi 11 5G on Amazon at its launch price, from 749 euros and with free shipping from Spain.
Surely, and given the very high demand that this phone generates, the units for sale will end up running out, so if you were waiting to be able to get it at a trusted store, you’d better hurry up a bit.
Although the price is high, somewhat more than other ranges of the same brand, it must be borne in mind that it is the clear alternative to the Samsung Galaxy S21 and the iPhone 12, against those who compete face to face in aspects such as performance, screen or connectivity.
We have already been able to carry out the analysis of the Xiaomi Mi 11 5G, so we can confirm that it meets what is expected, especially thanks to its exceptional panel and also to a Snapdragon 888 that makes Android fly at all times.
In addition, it gives a further twist to the design, somewhat lighter and thinner than usual, making the most of the front area to create an “all-screen” effect that is truly surprising.
Shipping, as always happens with orders of 29 euros or more from Amazon, will be free, although if you are in a hurry to release it, the best thing you can do is place the order as a Prime user.
In this case the delivery will be somewhat faster, depending on the area of Spain in which you live.
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