These Xiaomi phone deals cut the price of the Mi 10, Redmi Note 9 and more

Xiaomi phone deals for Amazon Prime Day
Xiaomi phone deals for Amazon Prime Day (Image credit: Future)

Xiaomi has had a knockout year, with the Mi 10 and Redmi Note 9 series just two of the many lines of smartphones the company has put out, and now both of those devices (and many more from the company) are on sale thanks to Amazon Prime Day, and they're certainly not the other phones on sale, but there are loads of impressive discounts here.

The Mi 10 reduction is one of the best we've seen on a phone during the deal day, and the Mi 10 Lite is now probably the most affordable 5G phone you can pick up.

There are loads of Redmi handsets on sale too, making the already-affordable devices from the Xiaomi sub-brand even cheaper, and therefore more tempting buys.

Xiaomi's Mi and Redmi lines are the only ones seeing discounts - if you're looking for a cheaper Pocophone or Black Shark device you might have to wait until Black Friday.

None of the mobile phone deals here are incredible, but if you were eyeing up a Xiaomi phone anyway, the sales here might be enough to convince you to pick up one now.

If you're not in the UK, scroll down to the bottom to see some Xiaomi phone deals in your region.

Xiaomi Mi 10: £699

Xiaomi Mi 10: £699 £559 at Amazon
The Xiaomi Mi 10 is one of the best Xiaomi phones you can buy right now, with a great design and screen, lots of processing power and a 108MP main camera. It was a bit pricey upon release, but this £140 reduction makes it a lot more affordable, and therefore a more tempting purchase.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro: £220

Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro: £220 £199 at Amazon
The Redmi brand consistently puts out good affordable smartphones, and the Note 9 Pro is no different. It has a good-looking 6.67-inch screen, commendable mid-range Snapdragon 720G chipset and four rear cameras with a 64MP main. The version on sale has 6GB RAM and 64GB storage.

Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite: £299

Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite: £299 £229 at Amazon
This has got to be the cheapest 5G phone right now, right? The Mi 10 Lite was always one of the most affordable ways to get next-gen connectivity, but this Amazon Prime Day sale makes it way more affordable than its competitors. The handset has a 6.57-inch screen, 48MP main camera and Snapdragon 765G chipset, so it's good for its price.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 9: £199

Xiaomi Redmi Note 9: £199 £127 at Amazon
If the Redmi Note 9 Pro looks tempting but you don't need all its specs, maybe the standard Note 9 for you - it has a few cut corners like a smaller screen, lower-res main camera and slower charging, but it's the same where it counts like battery size and screen resolution. The version on sale has 4GB RAM and 128GB storage.

Xiaomi Redmi 9: £159

Xiaomi Redmi 9: £159 £127 at Amazon
The Redmi 9 is a super-affordable phone from Xiaomi, though with a 6.53-inch FHD+ display, 5,020mAh battery and 4GB RAM (on the on-sale version), it's a little better than its price suggests. Sure, the chipset is middling and the four rear cameras are all relatively low-res, but the phone is a lot better than other devices for a similar price, especially with the discount.

Xiaomi Redmi 9A: £99

Xiaomi Redmi 9A: £99 £79 at Amazon
This super-affordable smartphone from Redmi is now even cheaper thanks to the sale, making it one of the lowest-cost phones on sale during Amazon Prime Day. The screen here is 6.53-inch HD+, there's a single rear camera and not-great chipset, but the battery is huge and the phone won't let you down if you're not fussy about specs and performance.

TechRadar is rounding up all the top deals over the Prime Day sales period, and we’ve put all the best Prime Day deals in an easy-to-navigate article to help you find the bargains you’re looking for.

Tom Bedford

Tom Bedford was deputy phones editor on TechRadar until late 2022, having worked his way up from staff writer. Though he specialized in phones and tablets, he also took on other tech like electric scooters, smartwatches, fitness, mobile gaming and more. He is based in London, UK and now works for the entertainment site What To Watch.

He graduated in American Literature and Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia. Prior to working on TechRadar, he freelanced in tech, gaming and entertainment, and also spent many years working as a mixologist. He also currently works in film as a screenwriter, director and producer.