In addition to being one of the largest smartphone manufacturers in the world, Xiaomi continues to be the brand that is present in more market segments, launching gadgets for “all tastes” on a regular basis. Now, according to a new leak from the Chinese social network Weibo, everything indicates that it may return to bet on the tablet segment.
Since launching the Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 in 2018, everything indicated that the brand would not continue to bet on this segment. In addition to having launched two devices that had little to offer, he left them to fall by the wayside by not integrating them in the list destined to receive MIUI 11.
Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 should have the price / quality ratio as “secret weapon”
At a time when the iPad celebrates its 10th anniversary, it is hard to imagine that Xiaomi will try to launch a product to compete with what is the most popular and successful tablet ever. In addition to Apple, only Samsung has continued to launch tablets that really offer excellent value to users. However, both of these offers end up positioning themselves at a price level that is not available to all users.
Unfortunately, the leaker did not reveal any information about possible innovations in its design or even hardware specifications. Still, we believe that the brand will bet on a device that, although modest, has more than enough integrated specifications to guarantee high-performance performance.
It is possible that the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 arrives equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor, capable of supporting 5G networks and guaranteeing impressive performance. But what could make this tablet stand out the most would be the presence of two state-of-the-art front cameras.
With regard to the world of tablets, manufacturers seem to continue to forget that their cameras are used mostly to make video calls. However, they continue to offer users devices where the main photo module is still positioned on the rear panel.
Not having been confirmed yet, it is believed that the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 could be presented alongside the Xiaomi Mi 10, which will be unveiled on February 11 at an event that will take place in China.
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