Since the launch of the Redmi Note 10 series in India, Xiaomi has increased the price of the Pro option of the device twice in the market.
These increments could be linked to the growing demand for the phone amid limited supply. Due to chip scarcity on the back of the coronavirus pandemic, there was little that the company could do to control the scarcity that they faced on the chip front anyway.
Today, it seems that they have taken the choice to stop selling the 6GB/ 64GB configuration of the Redmi Note 10 Pro and 10 Pro Max. In fact, these models have been officially removed from the company’s website and it does not look like they will be coming back anytime soon.
Thus, users who are interested in the device could now get in from the 6GB/ 128GB storage, or go all the way to the 8GB/ 128GB storage instead.
This move might be to reduce the strain on the chips and concentrate on making those units that will being an even better profit margin for the company.
It remains to see if Xiaomi will bring the unit back or stay on this move permanently. If anything changes, we will bring you an update right here.