The RedmiBook Pro laptop will launch alongside the new flagship smartphone series K40 in China on 25th February. The laptop launch date was confirm by Xiaomi Sub brand Redmi via an official Weibo teaser. The teasers have confirmed that Redmi will be using an 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake H35 processor. It will be supported with the Intel Iris Xe onboard graphics.
The laptop will pack a 2K display, NVMe solid-state drive, dedicated HDMI port, USB Type-C port with support for PD fast charging. Additionally, The laptop will also come with fingerprint unlocking, full-size backlit keyboard, and an aluminum body.
The other highlight of this latest RedmiBook Pro laptop is the presence of webcam. The refreshed update will include an embedded camera for video chatting as compared to last year’s RedmiBook Pro 14. Also Read: How durable is Xiaomi Mi 11 phone? Lets find
RedmiBook Pro 15: Expected Features
The RedmiBook Pro 15 laptop is launching alongside Redmi K40. Redmi is also expected to launch a 14-inch models along with the RedmiBook Pro 15 edition. As per rumors, the compact version will rely on the AMD Ryzen processors. The 14-inch model is likely to use the Ryzen 5 5700U processor.
The RedmiBook Pro 15 series will rely on the Ryzen 5 5600H processor and Ryzen 7 5800H processor. The machine has been allegedly spot on Geekbench with AMD processors. The RedmiBook will also get support from AMD Radeon graphics.
As per leaked teasers, The machine will get backlit keyboard. USB-C port along with a full-size HDMI port will be present on the laptop. Also, The webcam will be present in the conventional position. Right now, no additional information is known about the machine.
RedmiBook Pro 15 launching alongside Redmi K40
The Redmi K40 series and the new RedmiBook Pro models will be restrict to the Chinese market. According to leaks, the Redmi K40 series will have three variants this year. Two models are based on Snapdragon 800 Series flagship. One variant will rely on Snapdragon 888 chipset. However, The standard variant could use the Snapdragon 870 chipset.
Both phones will launch in India later this year. The standard variant is likely to sold under Poco Branding in India. Therefore, The standard variant could rename to Poco F2 in India. However, it is yet to be finalize if Redmi bring any of these models to India. Also Read: Will Realme Race launch in India as Realme GT?
According to reports, with launch of new RedmiBook Pro 15, the older version of RedmiBook will become more affordable. It is likely for Redmi will bring this laptops in India soon, as one other model is already available in the market. The new Redmi laptops are likely target the premium Ultrabook series with the latest Intel and AMD processors.