Xiaomi is one of the fastest growing manufacturers of smartphones with – currently ranks on the 4th place in terms of the number of models manufactured, but Xiaomi plan is to take the first deposit. As it turns out, there are lots of rumors that, Chinese manufacturer is also planning to enter in the market of laptops.

The network leaked images and specifications of the first model codenamed Xiaomi Mi, which is distinguished by an elegant design and compact dimensions – just like tracing paper,  Apple MacBook Air. We are curious that what Apple will do, as most probably because Xiaomi is also preparing a laptop with similarity in looks but equipped with good parts.

Xiaomi making an entry in the market of Laptops is a Hoax


The Laptop is equipped with 15-inch screen with a resolution of Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) and the keyboard was a special, orange function key device based on the Intel Core i7-4500U and 16 GB of DDR3 memory, and the whole thing is to work under support proprietary operating system distributions of Linux.

Xiaomi Mi in China is expected to cost 2,999 yuan, according to the current exchange rate corresponds to about $480 US Dollar. We must therefore admit that the offer seems very attractive, but for anyone not to be more surprising – Xiaomi has surprised us more than once that he is able to sell the product cheaper than the equivalent competitors. Unfortunately, it is not known yet this laptop will make its debut in the European market or not.

Now here is the plot twist, for Xiaomi there are no plans to enter in the market of laptops – in an official statement confirmed by Kaylen Hong, who is the Director for Asia relations in the company Xiaomi. The photos were faked and really shown model KaKa K18 with a much weaker specification and logo of Xiaomi has just been added for attraction.


At the top the image is of KaKa K18 model, and at the bottom, the same photo with the logo of Xiaomi

At the top the image is of KaKa K18, and at the bottom, the same photo with the logo of Xiaomi

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