Chinese giant, Xiaomi will hold a massive event on the next Tuesday, May 26. Apart from the highly-anticipated Redmi 10X series, the company is also set to release a plethora of new devices to expand the portfolio of its sub-brand Redmi. Now, the company posted on its various Weibo profiles a couple of new teasers. One of these teasers confirms the arrival of a new Redmi X TV featuring MEMC motion and a new Redmibook with a 16.1-inch display. Both these devices will go official on the next May 26 event.
The new Redmi TV will form a family with the already released Redmi Smart TV Max with its 98-inch and 4K resolution and the 70-inch Redmi TV. Interestingly enough, the new TV boasts the already mentioned MEMC making it stand against its siblings. The term stands for Motion Estimation Motion Compensation. As the name suggests, it compensates the blur by adding artificially generated frames to make the videos much smoother with no blur. That’s the software way to mimic a 120fps TV. The teasers state that Redmi X TV will be perfect for watching movies with crisp and smooth images and playing games.
The Redmibook 16.1-inch
When it comes to the Redmibook 16.1-inch, we can already see that the new laptop features an ultra-thin bezel with just 3.26mm. Interestingly enough, the display features a whopping screen-to-body ratio of 90%. That will undoubtedly make this laptop much more elegant to look. Moreover, it will feature an sRGB color gamut with around 100%. When it comes to power, we have a Ryzen 4000 chipset. However, the same sources state that more advanced versions are coming with Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7.
We still have to wait a few more days until the event. However, we’re sure that Xiaomi will keep releasing teasers for these products. After all, the company might be interested in building the hype for its upcoming products. Details regarding the pricing and availability should not be revealed until the event.
Are these products leaving China?
When it comes to Global availability, we believe that the new Redmibook might eventually come to some countries in Europe and India. However, the same can’t be said about the TV. While it may get a later release in India, we can’t say if it will ever make way to Europe. Only time will tell.