Xiaomi’s return to Android tablet territory is approaching and the new and long-awaited Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 rings louder every day. Previously we have already seen a few renderings of the possible design of this fifth generation, but now we are receiving real images of this new Xiaomi tablet in the hands of a user that show us its possible final appearance.
In principle, the strongest rumors speak of up to three variants of this Mi Pad 5, all equipping Qualcomm processors and dividing the range into possible models “Lite”, “Standard” and “Pro”.
A design according to the Xiaomi Mi 11 series
As we can see from these filtered images, the new Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 will retain a continuous design compared to the current Xiaomi Mi 11 family, showing a rear with a square format camera module with rounded corners and the logo of the Chinese signature at the bottom.
Other leaks from the social network Weibo claim that we will see up to three possible models of the new generation of the Mi Pad 5. The first of them would correspond to a budget alternative called “Lite”, which would have the Qualcomm processor in its gut Snapdragon 860, fast charge up to 33W, 12 megapixel main camera and a solvent LCD panel with 2K resolution with a refresh rate that will reach 120Hz.
As an intermediate model we will find the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 “Standard”, making a leap in the power level with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chip, the ability to host a fast charge of up to 67W of power and incorporating an LCD panel 10.95-inch camera signed by Huaxing Optoelectronics with 2K resolution and up to 120Hz refresh rate.
Finally, we would have the acclaimed “Pro” model where we will see the maximum benefits of this tablet. Everything indicates that the processor would remain compared to the standard model but, in this case, it will be compatible with 5G networks to be able to access the network via a data rate. The biggest changes we would see at the photographic level, where a sensor with a resolution of 48 megapixels will be incorporated, in addition to the compatibility with its own stylus.
As for the rest of the features and functionality, we do not know much beyond that, we may have a new compatible keyboard to be able to take full advantage of the capabilities of MIUI, a layer of customization that will bring the implementation of MIUI PC , an ideal desktop interface to maximize our productivity with the device.
In short, it seems clear that the arrival of the fifth generation of the Xiaomi Mi Pad is closer than ever. Its eventual presentation would take place throughout August in China, before reaching the rest of the markets as is customary in the company’s strategy. We will be attentive and see if, finally, Xiaomi confirms its return to the Android tablet market.
Origin | Weibo