Xiaomi hints at the launch of its first Redmi branded laptop in India
Xiaomiis expected to launch laptops under its Redmi brand in India soon.
- It has teased a new product “RedmiBoo'' which is clearly the
- This would be the first Redmi branded laptop in India.
AdvertisementXiaomi teased the arrival of RedmiBook laptops in India earlier today at the Redmi Note 10T 5G launch. Towards the end of the event, Xiaomi teased upcoming product launches planned for India which includes smartphones, power banks, and smart TVs. It also teased the launch of “RedmiBoo'' which is understood to be RedmiBook, its Redmi branded laptop. Xiaomi did not share any other details but it confirms the launch of RedmiBook laptops in India. This would be the first
Xiaomi has been rumoured to bring laptops under its Redmi brand in India. However, there’s no information yet on which laptops will make it to India. Earlier this month, tipster
Redmi laptops are also still fresh in the market having debuted last year. The latest laptop models in the series are the
In addition to Redmi laptops, Xiaomi is also tipped to launch new Mi laptops in India. According to a report by 91mobiles, Xiaomi will be launching two laptops in India - Mi Notebook Pro 14 and Mi Notebook Ultra 15. These laptops are said to be rebranded versions of the RedmiBook Pro 14 and RedmiBook Pro 15. Xiaomi is known to offer products under different brandings but there’s no confirmation for the laptops yet.
Xiaomi entered the Indian laptop market last year with the Mi Notebook. It currently offers four laptops including the Mi Notebook 14, Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition, Mi Notebook 14 IC, and Mi Notebook 14 e-Learning Edition.
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