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Xiaomi To Launch Three New High-End Tablets!

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By Susshmita Choubey - 
9th May 2021
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Xiaomi is working on three high ends Android tablets to take on Samsung and Huawei. And could be part of the Mi Pad 5 series.

Xiaomi proposes a broad collection of products from smartphones to smart home products and even merchandise. But, Xiaomi was not launching any tablets in the market for quite a long time. It only focuses on smartphones lately! 

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Well, very few companies are launching tablets recently, and the tablet field is mainly ruled by Apple iPads. We are talking about Tablet as a high-end device based on the Android domain. Samsung is the only manufacturer that has been launching Android-based high-end tablets.

It appears to break soon. According to a new report, Xiaomi will be coming back in the tablet market with three high-end devices.

Meanwhile, many Xiaomi previous Mi Pad models launched with average specs. Giving very dissatisfactory performance when compared to devices produced by Google, Samsung and Apple.

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What chipset will it run on?

Xiaomi is launching its three high-end devices. It looks like these three devices will all run on Qualcomm’s high-end Snapdragon 8xx series chipsets. The final product names are likely to be: Mi Pad 5 Pro(K81/enuma), Mi Pad 5 Plus(K81A/elish) and Mi Pad 5 Lite(nabu/K82).

Enuma and Elish model, which is expected to be launched as the Mi Pad 5 Pro and Mi Pad 5 Plus respectively, is said to support Snapdragon 865, 865 Plus, or 870 chipsets. But enuma will support voice calls (4G LTE/5G) only.

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Meanwhile, nabu and elish will not support voice calls.

Nabu can be the Mi Pad 5 Lite. And features a 10.97-inch display and pack an 8,720mAh battery. Nabu could run on the Snapdragon 855, 855+, or 860 chipsets. 

A reference to all three, these codenames were also found in the Xiaomi MIUI settings app in a method called “splittable”. Although there is no reliable data on what this could mean, it could either suggest a split-view functionality. Or they will have foldable screens but, that is uncertain.

The upcoming tablets from Xiaomi are coming with 2,500 x 1,600 pixels resolution on an IPS LCD panel with a 16:10 aspect ratio. The devices are coming with up to 120Hz refresh rate support, quad rear cameras, NFC, and wireless charging support.

But, other details are unknown. We will provide more information on this when we get something solid. So, stick around with us.

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