Xiaomi is supposed to launch its upcoming flagship ultrabook in the form of Mi Notebook Pro X and has been teased for a lot of time. Now, finally, Xiaomi has given a launch date though it will be announced in China.
Xiaomi describes the Mi Notebook Pro X as a “high-energy flagship, thin and light masterpiece” and it is a flagship ultrabook with top-of-the-line performance, and it will officially be released on 30th June 2021.
Previously, it was already confirmed the laptop would sport the recently announced RTX 3050 Ti discrete GPU, other posters giving a glimpse of the original laptop. While now the newly teased poster confirms flagship memory LPDDR4X, the frequency is up to 4266MHz.
It is suspected that Xiaomi has chosen this memory because it could provide a higher battery life and LPDDR4x RAMs generally can be designed with a smaller size.
As reported by mydrivers, the laptop would sport a 35W based Intel Core i7-11375H, certainly more powerful than the Tiger Lake-U chips and features new Intel Xe graphics. It is also a 4 core and 8 threaded processor with up to 5.00 GHz clock speeds and 3.00 GHz base frequency.
Being an Intel-powered laptop should sport certain Intel goodness like Wi-Fi 6 or Thunderbolt 4 and others. On the other hand, with the RTX 3050 Ti with 2560 CUDA cores and 4GB of GDDR6 VRAM, you can expect a good 1080p gaming performance along with a boost in productivity-related work.