The ultra-lightweight Hubsan Zino Mini Pro, a 249-gram drone that looks like a solid DJI Mini 2 competitor on paper, has been available for pre-order in the United States since May 2021. However, its estimated shipping date has remained a mystery. But now, it appears a launch could be imminent. And that’s because the Zino Mini Pro has just turned up on the database of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) – which is usually the final step before a product is released commercially.
Hubsan apologizes for Zino Mini Pro shipping delay
To be fair, the shipping of Zino Mini Pro has been affected by the ongoing global chip shortage. On July 5, the drone manufacturer shared an apology video for those who had pre-ordered the sub-250-gram drone. Hubsan indicates in the video that it is open to procuring the chips at a higher price also if that can help to expedite the shipping of the fully-assembled drone.
The drone maker is also offering compensatory rewards to those…