Redmi Notebook Confirmed to Launch Alongside K20-series in China Tomorrow

RedmiBook Weibo Teaser

Earlier this month, we had revealed some of the key specifications of the RedmiBook 14 in an exclusive report. Redmi today released the very first teaser for its upcoming notebook on Weibo, although it has not confirmed the marketing name of the product. However, the teaser does confirm that the RedmiBook 14 will indeed be launched alongside the Redmi K20 series smartphones at its event in China tomorrow.

Redmi’s First Notebook Set to Launch in China Tomorrow

As you can see in the teaser below, the silhouette of the RedmiBook 14 is clearly visible. Going by the teaser, we can expect the RedmiBook to boast a razor-thin profile. The RedmiBook 14 is expected to come with a 14-inch IPS LCD display panel featuring Full HD resolution. It will be offered in multiple hardware configurations with up to an Intel Core i7 mobile processor. However, it remains to be seen if Redmi will be offering the latest 9th Gen Intel Core processors or if it will stick to older 8th Gen processors. Some of the high-end configurations of the notebook are expected to be equipped with an NVIDIA GeForce MX250 GPU.

The base variant of the RedmiBook, according to one of our reliable sources, will pack 4GB RAM and 256GB onboard flash storage. On the other hand, the top-end configuration will feature 8GB RAM and 512GB flash storage. Consumers will not have any choice in terms of color options, as the notebook is likely to be sold only in Silver. While we will have to wait until tomorrow to find out the exact pricing, we can expect the RedmiBook 14 to be more affordable than most of its rivals. The Redmi K20 series is also expected to be very aggressively priced. The Redmi K20 series as well as the RedmiBook will be officially unveiled at an event in Beijing at 14:00 local time tomorrow.

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