On September 7, Redmi will unveil its first Pro series gaming laptop

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The Redmi Pro-series laptop will be powered by an AMD Ryzen 7 6800H CPU and an Nvidia GeForce 3060 GPU, according to the specifics. However, additional configurations might also be seen, and further information will be made available at launch. With the exception of the internal features, the Redmi G Pro is anticipated to resemble the Redmi G 2022. The laptop will reportedly be equipped with a 16-inch 2.5K 165Hz display, full-size backlit keyboard, 2 x 2W speakers, HD (720p) webcam, Thunderbolt 4, MiniDP 1.4, HDMI 2.1, WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, and more if the reports are accurate.

Redmi introduced the Redmi G 2022 gaming laptop, which used 12th generation Intel H-series processors, in China back in July. The firm is now preparing to introduce the Redmi G Pro Ryzen Edition, a Pro-Series version of the same product. The Redmi G Pro Ryzen Edition will be the brand’s first Pro-series gaming laptop, and Redmi will introduce it on September 7 in China.

Highlights

  • According to the details, the Redmi Pro-series laptop will be powered by an AMD Ryzen 7 6800H CPU and an Nvidia GeForce 3060 GPU. However, other configurations might also be seen, and more details will be provided before launch. The Redmi G Pro is likely to mirror the Redmi G 2022 with the exception of internal features. If the allegations are true, the laptop will supposedly have a 16-inch 2.5K 165Hz display, a full-size backlit keyboard, two 2W speakers, an HD (720p) webcam, Thunderbolt 4, MiniDP 1.4, HDMI 2.1, WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, and more.

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