Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi officially unveiled its first drone today, ending a week of teasers about it, and the low price of the product might bring some serious competition to the space. The Mi drone is priced at around $380 for the entry-level device with a 1080P camera and $450 for the more advanced model with a 4K camera. That’s an awful lot cheaper than DJI, the market leader, which starts at $800 for 4K, and others in the drone space. Xiaomi said that the Mi Drone can fly for 27 minutes per session thanks to a 5,100 mAh battery and to a range of 3km. That’s around five minutes more than DJI’s drones. Xiaomi wants to use its profile and low pricing to help democratize the technology and enable those who don’t have a spare thousand-plus dollars lying around to own a drone. Find out more about the Xiaomi drone through the link in our bio. #gadget #drone #xiaomi #tech #technology



Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi officially unveiled its first drone today, ending a week of teasers about it, and the low price of the product might bring some serious competition to the space. The Mi drone is priced at around $380 for the entry-level device with a 1080P camera and $450 for the more advanced model with a 4K camera. That’s an awful lot cheaper than DJI, the market leader, which starts at $800 for 4K, and others in the drone space. Xiaomi said that the Mi Drone can fly for 27 minutes per session thanks to a 5,100 mAh battery and to a range of 3km. That’s around five minutes more than DJI’s drones. Xiaomi wants to use its profile and low pricing to help democratize the technology and enable those who don’t have a spare thousand-plus dollars lying around to own a drone. Find out more about the Xiaomi drone through the link in our bio. #gadget #drone #xiaomi #tech #technology
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