CNMO reported on July 30 that Xiaomi’s Mi Pad 5 Series is likely to come in three versions, tentatively named Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 Lite, Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 and Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 Pro.
The latest information reveals that the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 features a built-in 8720mAh super-large battery, supporting 67W fast charging, while the Lite version supports 33W fast charging.
Indian media outlet 91mobiles has reported on the specifications of the Mi Pad 5 in detail. It comes in three versions – high-end, medium-end and low-end. The high-end version features a Snapdragon 870 chip, while the other two models have Snapdragon 860 and Snapdragon 768G processors, respectively.
It is worth noting that previous reports disclosed that the engineering machine of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 has the same parameters, except for different core configurations, which means that these three models will adopt screens of the same size, while the major difference lies in performance.
According to reports, the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 has an ultra-high-quality LCD display with a size of 10.95 inches, a resolution of 2560×1600 and a refresh rate of 120Hz, which can provide extremely delicate and smooth display effects and effectively enhances the user experience for large-screen devices.
Recent growth in demand has stimulated newfound enthusiasm across the electronic tablet market. The pandemic has temporarily confined people to their homes, but children have still had to attend classes and adults have still had to work. So, the internet has become the primary channel for these activities. Because tablets have larger screens than mobile phones, are more portable than computers and come at a much more affordable cost, they have naturally become one of the best choices for children to take online classes and adults to work remotely.
According to IDC data, global tablet shipments resumed growth in 2020. In the fourth quarter, global tablet shipments amounted to 52.2 million units, up 19.5% year-on-year and reaching the highest level since the fourth quarter of 2017. Annual shipments reached 164.1 billion units, up 13.6% year-on-year.
Last night, Huawei released a brand-new version of the MatePad Pro tablet at the P50 release event. At present, Huawei’s tablet has become the first option among all Android alternatives in the market, largely because of these models, which have excellent configuration and system experience. With the latest announcements, consumers are likely looking forward to the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5.