Xiaomi may unveil the Mi NoteBook Pro and Mi Notebook Ultra on August 26 in India as part of its Smarter Living 2022 event. The most recent leak reveals the names of two Mi NoteBook computers that Xiaomi has been promising for some time. However, the name of its future laptop has not been confirmed, but it is expected to be based on the RedmiBook Pro 15. As a result of this recent leak, we now have access to the specifications and features of both future laptops.
Xiaomi is expected to release the Mi NoteBook Pro and Mi Notebook Ultra on August 26, according to tipster Yogesh. The Mi Notebook Pro is claimed to have a 2.5K display, whereas the Mi NoteBook Ultra is said to have a 3.2K display. Other details have reportedly surfaced, including the availability of a fingerprint scanner and a backlit keyboard, which corresponds to the teasers posted on the company’s official website.
MI NOTEBOOK PRO AND ULTRA LEAKED SPECIFICATIONS
The Mi Notebook Pro has a 14-inch 2.5K display, but the Mi NoteBook Ultra has a 15.6-inch 3.2K display with a 90Hz refresh rate. Both panels are stated to have a 16:10 aspect ratio and an sRGB color gamut of 100 percent.
Both computers are made of aluminum and weigh 1.4 and 1.8 kilograms, respectively. Yogesh also informed that there will be a variety of SKUs available.
Xiaomi’s next laptops are rumored to use 11th-generation Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors with Iris Xe graphics. It comes with up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage. A single USB-C port, a Thunderbolt 4 port, a USB 2.0 port, a USB 3.2 Gen 1 port, an HDMI port, and a 3.5mm audio jack are all included. Two 2W speaker units are also included, as well as a fingerprint scanner built in the power button.
The laptops are supposed to have a battery life of up to 12 hours and feature 65W rapid charging. The price range for these computers is estimated to be between Rs 60,000 and Rs 80,000, according to the leak.
On August 26, Xiaomi will hold its Smarter Living 2022 event, during which the company will unveil a slew of new products, including laptops, smart TVs, routers, running shoes, security cameras, and more.