Xiaomi is all set to enter the laptop space in India today. The company is gearing up to launch a brand new Mi Notebook in the country at 12noon. Similar to all other brands, this one is also an online-only event and will be streamed on Xiaomi’s YouTube and social media channels.
Initial rumours were that the upcoming Mi laptop will be the rebranded versions of the RedmiBook 14 that’s available only in China right now. Shutting all rumours Xiaomi confirmed that June 11 will be a global launch, in other words, India will be the first country to get the upcoming Mi Notebook.
Xiaomi is entering the laptop space just at the right time when everyone is working from home and depends on laptops for almost all their work. Considering the current scenario the situation is going to be the same for a few months to come.
With the Mi Notebook, the company will aim to compete with all the already popular laptop brands in the country such as Asus, Lenovo, HP and more. Ahead of the launch, the company has revealed several details about the Mi Notebook. Check them all out here.
Mi Notebook: More than one laptop
Xiaomi has teased to launch more than one variant of the upcoming Mi Notebook. Recently a number of Xiaomi executives including India head Manu Kumar Jain on Twitter started posting photos of the box of the Mi Notebook Horizon Edition variant besides the regular version, which means that the company is looking to launch more than one variants of the upcoming laptop tomorrow. There are speculations that the company might launch more variants with different processors and RAM amount.
Mi Notebook: 12 hours battery life
Xiaomi India via its official Twitter handle released a teaser video in which the company shows that the upcoming Mi Notebook will come with a 12-hour battery life. The teaser also states that the Mi Notebook will have “Epic” battery performance.
Mi Notebook: Display
Manu Kumar Jain via a Tweet shared a teaser video of the laptop’s Horizon display. In the tweet, he mentioned that the laptop comes with one of the “highest screen to body ratio you would have ever seen.” From the video, we know that the top and the side bezels are quite thin, whereas the bottom bezel is the thickest, which holds the Mi branding.
Mi Notebook: SSD
Manu Kumar Jain also revealed via another tweet that the Mi Notebook will come with ultra-fast data transfer, stating that the device will have 30 times faster transfer speeds when compared to a normal hard drive. This hints that the laptop will come with an SSD installed, instead, of a traditional hard drive………..Read More>>