This morning, Xiaomi Notebook Team posted a poster on Weibo continuing to promote the upcoming RedmiBook Pro. The company said: ‘The mold you care about most has become the most anticipated look. This time it is really Pro!’
At the same time, the poster also has the words ‘Ancestral mold, officially retired’, and it shows part of the appearance of the RedmiBook Pro body. Judging from the content shown in the picture, the RedmiBook Pro has changed the shape and design of previous Xiaomi notebooks by adopting an integrated metal body similar to Apple’s MacBook Pro, and the overall design is simple. In addition, the surface of the fuselage is made of silver-white matte material, which looks quite textured.
According to previous news, the RedmiBook Pro will be the first to be equipped with the 11th generation Intel Core H35 high-performance processor. The H35 high-performance processor uses a 4-core 8-thread structure with a core frequency of up to 5.0GHz.
Compared with the 10th generation Core standard pressure processor, the H35 high-performance processor single-threaded performance has increased by 15%. And compared with the 11th generation Core U series processor, it has increased by 9%. The GPU graphics performance is comparable to the 10th generation Core standard pressure processor. The ratio is more than doubled.
Also, it will come with a 2K screen, a front camera, supplemented by a MX450 discrete graphics card, NVMe solid state hard drive, Type-C interface, and will support PD Protocol charging, fingerprint unlocking, keyboard backlight, etc.
The RedmiBook Pro 15/15S equipped with Intel and AMD processors has appeared in the Geekbench benchmark database, with a good performance. The Intel version provides at least 8GB and 16GB memory versions. They come with AMD Ryzen 7 5800H processors. The models will provide at least 16GB of memory.
The RedmiBook Pro will be officially released in February. But the specific release date is not yet known.