Xiaomi’s re-entry into the tablet segment after several years of absence came up in a recent report. Not just one, Xiaomi was claimed to be preparing to launch three new tablets. Some of the features of Xiaomi’s tabs were leaked from reliable sources as proof that the claim was appropriate. Again, from the same source, the specialty of Xiaomi’s tablet has come to the fore.
Xiaomi’s Twitter profile is constantly sharing information about Xiaomi’s upcoming tablets. As previously reported, each of Xiaomi’s tabs will use an IPS display panel. It will support 2560×1600 pixel resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate. According to a new tweet from Xiaomi UI, Xiaomi’s tablet will come with keyboard and stylus pen support.
Also, Xiaomi will use “Dual C-PHY” technology with side-by-side dual screens on its tablets. The only goal is to make VR (virtual reality) quality content better. Xiaomi’s tweet mentioned that the aspect ratio of the screen will be 18:10.
According to the report, all three tablets will come under the Mi Pad series and will be named Mi Pad 5 Lite, Mi Pad 5 Pro, and Mi Pad 5 Plus. Most likely the code name for the Mi Pad 5 Lite is Nabu and the model number is K82. The tablet will come with Snapdragon 80 chipset and a 12-megapixel primary rear camera. The Mi Pad 5 Pro has the code name Enuma and model number K82. It will have a 46-megapixel primary rear camera and a Snapdragon 60 chipset. Finally, the code name of Mi Pad 5 Plus is Elish and the model number is K18A. The tab will run on a 12-megapixel primary rear camera and Snapdragon 60 chipset.