Xiaomi, OLED display and RTX 3050 Ti for the new Mi Notebook Pro X 15

Xiaomi, OLED display and RTX 3050 Ti for the new Mi Notebook Pro X 15


As announced, Xiaomi officially presented its new Mi Notebook Pro X 15 laptop, a device with an elegant design that can recall Apple products from different points of view, starting from the "Space Gray" color, and undoubtedly interesting technical features. Here is the complete list:

Screen: 15.6 "3.5K (3.456 × 2.160 pixels) OLED Super Retina with 100% coverage of the sRGB and sRGB DCI-P3 color spaces, 600 nits of peak brightness , 1ms response time, 60Hz refresh rate, Corning Gorilla Glass protection Processor: Intel Core i7-11370H (4.8GHz) / i5-11300H (4.4Ghz) with integrated Intel Iris Xe GPU Video card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti Laptop with 4GB of GDDR6 RAM: 16/32 GB LPDDR4x 4.266MHz Storage: 512GB / 1TB PCIe SSD Webcam: 720p Connectivity: Wi-Fi 6 802.11ax, Bluetooth 5.2 Audio: Sound system made by Harman Kardon consisting of 2 speakers from 2W and two more 1W, DTS support and 2 × 2 microphone array Ports: 1 USB-C for charging and data transmission, Thunderbolt 4, HDMI 2.1, 2 USB-A 3.2 Gen2, audio jack Dimensions: 348.9 × 240 , 2 × 17.5-18.47 mm Weight: 1.9Kg Battery: 80Wh with 130W Type-C fast charging charger (recharges up to 50% in 25 minutes) OS: Windows 10 Home C As you may have guessed, this is a latop that should offer optimal performance for both personal productivity and gaming (although not particularly strong). Xiaomi's proposal is made even more interesting by the price (at least as regards the Chinese territory). In fact, the basic model, with Intel Core i5-11300H, 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD will be marketed at a price of 7,999 yuan (about 1,042 euros), while for the one with Intel Core i7-11370H, 32GB of RAM and 1TB of SSD the price rises up to 9,999 yuan (about 1,300 euros).

Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro X 15 is already bookable in China, but it will be available on store shelves only from next July 9th. Unfortunately, we do not have any information regarding its arrival in Italy for the moment.

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You'll now have to pay more for Xiaomi phones and TVs in India


  • Xiaomi is hiking the prices of its phones and smart TVs in India by up to 6%.
  • The company blames supply chain shortages for its products becoming more expensive.
  • Xiaomi is increasing the prices of its phones and smart TVs in India. According to wire service PTI (via Livemint), Xiaomi announced the price hike in India on Wednesday. The Chinese company said that its phones and TVs would become costlier by 3% – 6% starting July 1.

    The reason for Xiaomi’s decision to hike prices in India comes at the back of a shortage of components and higher shipping costs. A spokesperson for the brand said that supply chain shortages have been prevalent since last year, also referring to the global chip shortage.

    “Due to massive demand-supply mismatch, the majority of components used in smartphones, smart TV, and other electronics gadgets (chipsets, display panels, display driver, back panels, battery, etc.) have seen constant upward movement in their prices,” the Xiaomi India spokesperson added.

    Xiaomi had previously implied that it would continue to optimize its hardware costs because of the unavailability of enough chips. “To be honest, we will do our best to offer the best price we can to consumers. But sometimes, we may have to pass part of the cost increase to the consumer in different cases,” Xiaomi president Wang Xiang said, discussing the company’s fourth-quarter earnings with Reuters.

    Xiaomi has been quietly increasing the prices of some of its phones in India over the past few months. For instance, the Redmi Note 10 is already more expensive by Rs 1,000 since it launched in April.

    The company hasn’t specified which other models of its phones and TVs will be affected, but if you’re in the market for a Xiaomi device, now might be a good time to get one before prices go up.