This morning, Lu Weibing, Vice President of Xiaomi Group, President of China, and General Manager of Redmi Redmi Brand, announced through social media that the Year of the Ox is approaching. And the company’s new year’s masterpiece Redmi K40 is scheduled for February 25. Later, Xiaomi announced that the RedmiBook Pro will come together with the Redmi K40 on February 25.
According to the information previously disclosed by Lu Weibing, the Redmi K40 will have a version with a Snapdragon 888 processor. The price of that variant is 2,999 yuan ($449). In addition, the Redmi K40 series include a battery above 4000mAh. On the other hand, the Redmi K 40 has a straight screen design. The screen aperture size of the series is about 2.8mm. It is much smaller than the usual 3 or 4mm diameter. Thus, it’s enough to become the smallest proactive opening on the market.
In terms of camera, the machine will feature up to a four-camera camera module. If no accident, it will include a 100-megapixel main camera.
Further, today, Xiaomi Mi Notebook officially announced that the newly defined RedmiBook Pro will see you on February 25.
According to a summary of previously exposed information, RedmiBook Pro will come with the latest Intel TigerLake-H35 series processors and MX450 independent display. It features a 2K screen, NVMe solid state drive. In terms of charging features the notebook supports Type-C interface and PD protocol charging, fingerprint unlocking etc. As for the keyboard, the RedmiBook Pro will come with a full-size keyboard and, for the first time, will have a backlit keyboard that will allow seamless user experience in a variety of conditions. It is also expected to support three-shift brightness adjustments.
In terms of appearance, RedmiBook Pro also abandoned the previous ancestral mold and will introduce a new integrated body with a frosted surface design, which not only looks full of texture but also provides a very good hand feel. At the same time, Xiaomi officially confirmed that all future notebooks will have cameras.