Xiaomi stock: Now it’s out!

The Xiaomi share has apparently finally left its recovery course from the previous week. After the papers of the Chinese technology group had fallen back from 2.77 euros on Monday to 2.72 euros at the close of trading on Tuesday, the Xiaomi share lost a further 2.6 percent to just 2.65 euros on Wednesday in Frankfurt. Whether the presentation of new products in a global launch event next Wednesday will provide new momentum on the stock market? One piece of info has now already slipped through in advance.

Retailer reveals price of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5

Xiaomi had withdrawn from the tablet sector for quite some time, but has had the new Mi Pad 5 in its lineup for a few weeks now. However, the competitor to Apple’s iPad is only available in China so far. Many expected that this would change and that the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 would soon be sold in Europe as well. This not only seems to be confirmed in the run-up to the presentation on September 15, but now a retailer has apparently even revealed the price.

According to the website XatakaMovil, the Spanish online retailer FNAC is now said to have accidentally listed Xiaomi’s Mi Pad 5 for sale, reports the portal Netzwelt. “Although the product was quickly deleted again, there are of course screenshots of it,” it says. According to the report, the listed version is the Mi Pad 5 with 128 gigabytes of storage in gray. It is said to cost 399 euros in Spain. “This would make it about 70 euros more expensive in this country than in the Chinese market,” the report said.

Xiaomi Mi 11T a hot candidate

Apart from this lapse, all that remains so far is speculation about what Xiaomi will probably launch worldwide soon. However, the Mi 11T and Mi 11T Pro smartphones are mentioned more often. The LCD flagships from the previous year “are likely to feature 120 Hz AMOLED in 2021 and still remain rather inexpensive,” the experts from notebookcheck.com assume.