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Apple’s recent unveiling of the latest iPhones drew cheers from the audience. That is until the pricing was revealed. Smartphones nowadays aren’t exactly what you’d describe as cheap, but Apple’s most recent offerings take the cake. Topping out at around €1200, the latest and greatest will make your bank account weep. One has to wonder where all this money is going, especially when given that Xiaomi has a phone with incredible specs for just €300. And while it’s not clear what Apple actually spends this money on, it’s certainly clear that there’s a lot of overhead.

Xiaomi appears to have picked up on this and has taken aim at the tech giant with its latest deal, unfortunately only available in China. They’re offering three bundles, each named after one of the latest iPhones, and priced accordingly too.

It’s pretty obvious that Xiaomi really isn’t trying to be discreet about this. They’re offering a phone, a laptop, a smartwatch and earbuds all for the price of a single iPhone. No matter how diehard of an Apple fan you are, once you’ve seen this deal, you’ll be hard pressed to still say you’re getting your money’s worth when you buy an iPhone.

While it’s worth noting that Xiaomi is well known for barely breaking even on their smartphone division, the astronomical differences between their prices and Apple’s is certainly something to baulk at. The fact that you can get a phone, a laptop, a smartwatch and a headset all for the price of a single iPhone is astounding. Take a look below to see what you can get in each of the bundles.

The Xr bundle, RMB 6499:

  • Mi 8 SE 6GB RAM 128GB Storage
  • Mi Band 3
  • Mi Notebook Air
  • Mi Bluetooth Headset

The Xs bundle, RMB 8699:

  • Mi Mix 2S
  • Mi Band 3
  • Mi Notebook Air
  • Mi Bluetooth Headset

The Xs Max bundle, RMB 9599:

  • Mi 8 6GB RAM 128GB Storage
  • Mi Band 3
  • Mi Notebook Pro
  • Mi Bluetooth Headset

You can purchase the bundles from Xiaomi here, here, and here.

 Via: XDA-Developers

Post Author: Jack Price

19-year-old fumbling blindly in the world of journalism.