Today, Xiaomi announced that the new RedmiBook Pro 15 will be the first batch of high-performance notebook with the 11th generation Intel Core processor. RedmiBook Pro 15 is a new thin and light product under the Redmi brand. The new product will be official next month. Now, the RedmiBook Pro 15 has made its first appearance on GeekBench.
As can be seen from the screenshots, RedmiBook Pro 15S comes with AMD Ryzen 5 5600H. It will have at least two memory versions – 8GB and 16GB. The models with AMD Ryzen 7 5800H will have at least 16GB of RAM. In addition, the RedmiBook 15 also appeared on GeekBench. We can see that this notebook uses the 11th generation Intel Core i5 11300H and Core i7 11370H chipsets. Both devices have 16GB of RAM.
As the official release date draws closer, there will be more details regarding the RedmiBook Pro 15 and RedmiBook Pro 15S. Keep a tab with us and we will inform you of the latest reports regarding these notebooks.
RedmiBook Pro 14S appears on GeekBench with AMD R5 5700U processor
According to Notebookcheck, the RedmiBook Pro 14S appeared on GeekBench a few weeks ago. The corresponding screenshot shows that our protagonist will sport AMD’s unreleased R5 5700U processor.
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As shown in the screenshot above, the R7 5700U in the RedmiBook Pro 14S has 8 cores and 16 threads, clocked at 1.8GHz. It also has an acceleration frequency of 4.34GHz and an 8MB L3 cache. According to previous leaks, the R7 5700U may be the improved version of the R7 4800U. The real Zen 3 architecture model is R7 5800U.
RedmiBook 14 II has Intel and AMD versions
In July last year, Xiaomi launched the RedmiBook 14 II, equipped with Intel’s tenth generation Core and MX 350 independent display. The screen was upgraded to 100% sRGB, and the initial price was 4699 yuan ($719).
The RedmiBook 14 II generation Ryzen version uses a 14-inch FHD screen, 3mm ultra-narrow bezel, a screen-to-body ratio of 90.6%, and 45% NTSC color gamut. The thickness of the notebook is about 16.85mm and the weight is 1.2kg.
As for the Ryzen 4000U series, it is based on a 7nm advanced technology and Zen2 advanced architecture. It brings 15% IPC performance improvement, 23% single-core performance improvement, 60% multi-core comprehensive performance improvement, and doubles energy efficiency. The integrated Vega GPU unit performance is increased by 59%, and overall performance is increased by approximately 25%.