- Xiaomi is but to reveal the exact launch date or the name of the product
- The teaser suggests the launch of the Mi new laptop in India
Xiaomi India appears to be gearing up to unveil the Mi Notebook lineup in India, as the company’s India CEO, Manu Kumar Jain has teased the same on Twitter. The short video posted by the Xiaomi executive exhibits him typing on a laptop and ends with him saying ‘It’s Time’, which could possibly be suggesting the launch possibly around the block. Though we get a glimpse of the Notebook, it’s onerous to make out the exact model simply but. Although the RedmiBook laptops have been speculated to launch in the country first, that doesn’t appear to be the case because the hashtag #WhatsNextFromMi suggests it will be a Mi-branded laptop.
The launch of Mi laptop lineup in India is in line with a report from April that additionally speculated the launch of both Mi and Redmi laptops. Now that e-commerce platforms have started delivering non-essentials and types have resumed product launches, Xiaomi appears to be prepared with its laptop lineup. Unfortunately, we nonetheless don’t know which models would be launching in India, but when we have been to invest, it may the Mi Notebook Air 13.3 or Mi Notebook 15.6 2019 notebooks that have been launched final year in China. This would be the starting of a new product class for Xiaomi within the nation, one which fans have been eagerly ready for.
To recall, the Mi Notebook Air 13.3 (2019) ships with the 8th generation Intel Core i5 processor, Nvidia GeForce MX250 graphics, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD storage. It supports a 13.3-inch full HD display and in addition options improved AKG audio system with Dolby surround sound and a metallic fan for cooling. Ports on board embody USB Type-C port, a single HDMI port and USB 3.0 port, and 3.5 mm audio jack. The Mi Notebook 15.6 (2019) gets an even bigger 15.6-inch full HD show, up to Intel Core i7 processors, Nvidia GeForce MX110 GPU, 8GB RAM, as much as 512GB SSD and 1TB HDD storage. Both models are already accessible in China as of now.
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