Redmi has confirmed that it’ll launch an Intel Core i7-powered RedmiBook 16 on July 8. The Xiaomi sub-brand can also be expected to unveil the RedmiBook 14 II in China on the same day. While the former will undoubtedly be powered by the latest 10th Gen Intel Core i7 10nm processor, the latter is also anticipated to rock the same Core i7 unit. Redmi introduced the RedmiBook 16 back in May and during the time announced that it would be Ryzen 4000 series 7nm processors with Radeon GPU. The Intel-powered variant is anticipated to be launched in China this week.
RedmiBook 16 launch date
As posted on Weibo by the Mi Notebook handle, the RedmiBook 16 will undoubtedly be launched on July 8 and feature a 10th generation Intel Core i7 processor. A full screen experience can also be touted. We can expect Xiaomi to also launch a cheaper variant with a Intel Core i5 processor. If previous models are any indication, up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage is expected.
RedmiBook 14 II launch rumour
Based on inputs by tipster Ishan Agarwal, 91mobiles reports that the RedmiBook 14 II can also be expected to be launched in China on July 8. Just like RedmiBook 16, this one can also be expected to be powered by Intel Core i7 and an i5 variant could be made available aswell.
It is expected that RedmiBook 14 II could be an upgraded version of the RedmiBook 14, which went on sale in India from June. The older version came packed with AMD Ryzen processors with as much as 16GB DDR4 RAM or over to 512GB SATA SSD storage.
When the Redmibook 16 was introduced early in the day, it was marked by its distinct 3.26mm ultra narrow bezels and an extraordinary 90 % screen-to-body ratio. It packed Ryzen 4000 series 7nm processors with Radeon GPU, along with as much as 16 GB RAM and 512 GB SATA SSD in terms of storage. Redmi has been strictly keeping most specifications along with other details under wraps. More information could be revealed upon its launch on July 8.
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