In the latest promo poster, we can see an official confirmation that the RedmiBook Pro laptop will come with a Thunderbolt 4 interface.
The Thunderbolt 4 is not only compatible with USB 4 but also can connect to a dual 4K or an 8K monitor.
The highest bandwidth of Thunderbolt 4 is 40Gbps like Thunderbolt 3. But it can also provide up to 100W power supply/charge capability. However, due to the main control certification and other reasons, the Thunderbolt 4 is almost bundled with the Intel 11th generation Core processor.
According to the official news, the RedmiBook Pro will sport the 11th generation Core H35 processor (35W standard voltage, which is 9% higher than the 11th generation Core U series, and 40% more than the 15W 11th generation Tiger Lake CPU performance). There is an MX450 standalone display, a 2K resolution screen, and an NVMe solid state drive.
In addition, the laptop comes with a full-size backlit keyboard, fingerprint unlocking, front-facing camera, etc. Thus, the RedmiBook Pro is going to break the notebook industry standards.
Redmi K40 Features And Price
As for another Redmi product we are eagerly waiting for, the Redmi K40 will be one of the cheapest smartphones powered by the Snapdragon 888 and / or the Snapdragon 870 chips. The new Redmi K40 series will use a straight screen. The latter uses Samsung’s latest AMOLED luminescent material, and it also supports a 120Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, the Redmi K40 Pro will sport the Snapdragon 888 processor, while the standard variant will feature the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor. If no accident, the quad-camera on the back will have a 100-megapixel main camera. The battery will have a 4000mAh capacity or more.
The former model will have a starting price of 2999 yuan ($465). At the same time, the SND870 model should be priced in the way to compete with the Motorola Edge S. The latter has a starting price of 1999 yuan ($310).