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[Leak] Details of Xiaomi Notebook Pro Suddenly Surfaces Online: To Sport Fingerprint Recognition and Dual-Core 8th Gen U-series processor

It is amazing how information about classified products gets leaked online. Sometimes we are tempted to think that the manufacturers purposely release this information in bits just to get the market ready for the product. Just yesterday, we reported that the details of the new Xiaomi laptop which is expected to launch alongside the Mi MIX 2 on September 11 is unknown, then suddenly, we have over 70% of what this notebook has to offer in less than 24 hours. Amazing right?

Xiaomi notebook Pro

News broke this morning that the new Xiaomi notebook will come with a 15.6-inch screen coupled with the 8th Gen low voltage U-series processors. Initially, the only available information on this Xiaomi notebook was gotten from the 3C certification application by Tianmi technology (the producers of Xiaomi notebook Air) on August 23. However, once that got out, consistent digging has probably led to the unveiling of further details.

Xiaomi notebook Pro

In addition to the screen size of this notebook as stated earlier, it has been revealed that this product will be called Xiaomi notebook Pro and will support fingerprint recognition, and 1080 full HD screen. This notebook will be powered by a dual core i78550U and i58250U processor coupled with 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal memory. Furthermore, we expect a preloaded Win10 and an inbuilt MX 150 GPU with a 2G graphic capacity.

From the configuration, it is very obvious that the Xiaomi notebook Pro is not a laptop for gaming, however, it takes after the previous 13.3-inch Air series which can handle light online games. The appearance of this notebook may just be an enlarged version of the Air series.

Source (Translated from Chinese)

 

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Richie

I have been a strong follower of Android devices since the release of Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Right now, Chinese tech completely fascinates me because they are probably the only manufacturers who tries to merge budget and specs.

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