In the beginning of 2020, Xiaomi had confirmed its plan to launch laptops in India. After months of silence, the corporate (and its officers) have lastly began teasing the launch of its first laptop computer in India.
Xiaomi’s Manu Kumar Jain simply uploaded a teaser video on Twitter which exhibits him shut a laptop computer, adopted by exclaiming “It’s time!”. He was shortly joined by different key individuals from the Mi staff in sharing related teasers. All of them used the identical iconic matte gray laptop computer, clearly hinting on the long-due launch of Xiaomi laptops in India.
#WhatsNextFromMi? I assumed you’d by no means ask! pic.twitter.com/xMpQLFdSBwMay 27, 2020
This actually appears to be like like a laptop computer from the home of Xiaomi. All of the tweets additionally included #WhatsnextfromMi, which indicated that the laptops would possibly include Mi branding as an alternative of Redmi. Additional, to strengthen our level, the official Mi deal with replied to a tweet saying “The hashtag says ‘Mi’”, when a fan requested if it was the RedmiBook.
In China, there are a number of Mi branded laptops reminiscent of Mi Pocket book, Mi Pocket book Professional, Mi Gaming Laptop computer, and Mi Laptop computer Air. They arrive in a wide range of sizes ranging from a 12.5-inch Mi Laptop computer Air to a 15.6-inch Mi Pocket book Professional.
It’s nonetheless unclear which collection or laptop computer Xiaomi will convey to the Indian market. All of the Mi NoteBook collection and Air collection laptops are powered by Intel core processors. If we had been to guess, this would be the Mi Pocket book 2019 with a 15.6-inch show within the Deep Gray end. Nonetheless, it might be a brand new variant of any of its different laptops too.
As of now, Xiaomi hasn’t talked about any date for the launch of its first laptop computer in India. We should always hear extra in regards to the laptops within the coming days, because the launch shouldn’t be far now. It’s unclear as of now if the pricing will likely be as spectacular because it was in China.