Mi Notebook Launch in India Soon

 A Mi Notebook featuring a backlit keyboard has been touted for an upcoming debut in India. In June of last year, Xiaomi introduced the Mi Notebook 14 and Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition to the country's PC market. The Mi Notebook 14 e-Learning Edition and Mi Notebook 14 e-Learning Edition were also introduced to the Indian market by the Chinese business (IC). However, Xiaomi has yet to launch a single model with a backlit keyboard in the country. 

Mi Notebook Launch in India Soon

Xiaomi India's Chief Business Officer, Raghu Reddy, teased the launch of the new Mi Notebook model with an image of a laptop with a backlit keyboard on Twitter. Reddy describes the new model as a "improvement." He has not, however, provided any other details on the laptop.

However, Xiaomi's Mi India and PC Marketing Head Karthik Murugeshan Subramani has released another image on his Instagram account, this time revealing that the next Mi Notebook will be made of metal.

  In China, Xiaomi offers Mi Notebook variants with illuminated keyboards and premium chassis.

The Mi Notebook Pro X 15 was announced in June as the company's high-end laptop, with 11th-generation Intel Core processors and a 3.5K OLED display. The cost of that machine starts at Rs. CNY 7,999. (roughly Rs. 91,700). 

  Xiaomi, on the other hand, is yet to make any high-end laptops available in India. Instead, the corporation has concentrated its mid-range models on the Indian market. The RedmiBook 15 Pro and RedmiBook 15 e-Learning Edition have recently been added to the company's laptop lineup in the country.

The exact date of the new Mi Notebook's release has yet to be disclosed. However, according to a source from July, the Mi Notebook Pro 14 and Mi Notebook Ultra 15.6 could be coming to India soon. 

 Xiaomi's Global Vice President and India Managing Director, Manu Kumar Jain, has announced that the company's Mi Smart Living 2022 event will take place in the coming days. There's a chance the new Mi Notebook, as well as a host of next-generation smart home products, may be announced there.