In terms of specifications, the Mi Notebook Pro sports a 15.6-inch display with 72 percent NTSC colour gamut, which is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Mi Notebook Pro packs a 60 Wh battery for long battery life and comes with quick charge support.
There's one color option available - dark gray, which looks pretty good. The standard variant of the Mi Notebook Pro comprises of an Intel Core i5 Coffee Lake processor with 8GB RAM. The Mi Notebook Pro uses a magnesium alloy chassis that gives it enough strength to survive hits and drops that it may encounter during regular usage. The company made many direct comparisons with what Apple's latest laptop is offering.
Moreover, the teaser video suggests that Mi Note 3 will be a larger version of the recently announced flagship smartphone the Mi 6. Furthermore, the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro is by far the largest laptop from Xiaomi. The graphics department, on the other hand, is manned by a powerful NVidia GeForce MX150.
So this means the upcoming laptop is not a gaming laptop. On the connectivity front, The Mi Mix 2 comes with support for global LTE bands - 43 bands in total.
As for the specs, the Mi Notebook Pro comes in three different variants. Besides, it also comes with a Harman Infinity custom built speakers and Dolby Atmos certification. These include a 3-in-1 SD slot, data USB Type C, full function USB Type C, HDMI, 2 x USB 3.0 and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
We'll have to wait until the launch event to find out the price of the Mi Mix 2 in India, but in the meantime, what do you guys think will be a reasonable price for the device in the country?
The top end variant of the laptop with Core i7 + 16GB RAM will sell for 6999 Yuan ($1076).
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