Today, new DJI Mini 3 photos were leaked online that show us the new mini drone from all angles, revealing more details about this latest DJI drone. Let’s take a closer look.
The first photo, at the top of the article, clearly shows us the name Mini 3 on the front left arm of the mini drone. The photo below shows the drone from the top, and at a 3/4 angle.
Looking closer at these two photos, it seems that the DJI Mini 3 lacks the same obstacle avoidance sensors at the front of the mini drone that the DJI Mini 3 Pro has. Other than that, the overall design seems to be essentially unchanged.
DJI Mini 3 Fly More Combo
Today, these photos were leaked on social media by @DealsDrone that show what seems to be the DJI Mini 3 Fly More Combo with the DJI Mini 3 drone, a total of three batteries, the DJI RC with a built-in screen, a shoulder bag, gimbal cover, six sets of props, screws, screwdriver, two charging cables and a charging dock.
Earlier, the FCC filings showed up, confirming the arrival of the new DJI Mini 3 drone.
DJI new strategy also used for DJI Mini 3 drone
The imminent arrival of the DJI Mini 3 drone also seems to confirm DJI’s new profit-maximizing marketing strategy. DJI starts with the introduction of the highest-priced version of a new drone model like they did with the DJI Mavic 3, for instance, only to introduce a lower-priced version (the DJI Mavic 3 Classic) months later.
Arguably this results in everybody who needs (or wants) the new drone paying the extra dollars for the new high-priced model, at the expense of some people feeling duped when inevitably the less expensive but almost equally capable version comes out.
Let us know what you think about DJI’s pricing strategy and the yet-to-be-announced DJI Mini 3 drone. Excited? Duped? Tell us how you feel and what you think about all this in the comments below.
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