Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is all set to bring the successor to its first laptop, the Mi Notebook Air. The first one came in July 2016 and now according to the invite the new version will be announced on December 23 in Beijing, China. It is still unclear about all the changes that have been made in the new variant. GizmoChina had shared an inviting image and according to that, the latest Mi Notebook Air will support 4G connectivity. The event to be held on December 23 will witness what are the other changes. Xiaomi, when it had entered the computer market and unveiled its first Mi Notebook Air, the intentions were clear, that it wanted to present its users and cheaper alternative to the popular Apple MacBook Air.
The first Mi Notebook Air was announced in July and it came in two variants. The 12.5 inch Mi Notebook Air was priced at CNY 3,499 (approx Rs. 35,000). This variant came with a full HD display and was powered by a sixth generation Intel Core i5 processor, coupled with Nvidia GeForce 940MX GPU with 1GB of GDDR5 VRAM. The laptop has 8Gb of DDR4 Ram and memory of 256GB. The laptop has a 5.59mm-thick bezel and the company had claimed that the battery of the device charged very fast and had a 9.5-hour life. Meanwhile, the 13.3 inch variant came for CNY 4,999 (approx Rs. 51,500). This variant features a full HD display too. This laptop is just 12.9mm thin and is powered by the Intel Core M3 processor. The device has 4GB of RAM and 128GB of memory as well as an SSD slot. Xiaomi claimed that this smaller version of the laptop has an even longer battery life at 11.5 hours.
It is expected that Xiaomi will launch two devices this time around as well.