Xiaomi releases Mi Notebook Pro X with 16:10 OLED screen in China

Xiaomi presents its Mi Notebook Pro X. This laptop will have a 15.6″ OLED screen with a resolution of 3456×2160 pixels and an Intel Tiger Lake-H CPU. The laptop will be released in China on July 9. It is not yet known whether the Mi Notebook Pro X will be released in Europe.

The OLED screen of the Mi Notebook Pro X will have a relative screen ratio of 16:10 and a refresh rate of 60Hz, GizmoChina also writes. The screen would thereby achieve a maximum brightness of 600cd/m² and be able to display the entire DCI-P3 color space. Furthermore, the panel is said to use Cornings Gorilla Glass, but it is not known which generation of Gorilla Glass that is.

Xiaomi also provides the laptop with an Intel Tiger Lake Core i5 or Core i7 CPU with a TDP of 35W. The notebook gets up to a Core i7-11370H quad-core with eight threads. In terms of GPU, the Mi Notebook Pro X is supplied with a maximum Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti with 4GB GDDR6 memory. Xiaomi does not mention a TDP of this GPU. The laptop can be further configured with up to 32GB Lpddr4x-4266 memory and an NVMe SSD of up to 1TB.

The Mi Notebook Pro X features a Thunderbolt 4 type C port, two USB 3.2 Gen 2 type A connectors and a USB-C connection. The laptop also gets an HDMI 2.1 connection, a 3.5mm jack for audio and support for Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2. The laptop also weighs 1.9 kilograms and is 18.47 mm high at its thickest point, GSMArena writes. Xiaomi equips the Mi Notebook Pro X with an 80Wh battery with support for 130W fast charging via USB-C. According to Xiaomi, the battery could be charged up to 50 percent in 25 minutes.

The Mi Notebook Pro X with Intel Core i5 CPU, 16GB memory and a 512GB SSD has a Chinese suggested retail price of 7999 yuan, which translates to 1045 euros. The Core i7 variant with 1TB SSD and 32GB memory costs 9999 yuan. That is converted 1307 euros. It is not yet known if and when the laptop will be available for the European market. If that happens, official euro prices will likely deviate from the converted Chinese suggested retail prices.