In February of this year, Lei Jun revealed when interacting with fans that the Xiaomi tablet product line will be restarted this year, and the Xiaomi tablet 5 that the fans are looking forward to has finally been confirmed.
However, now the time is about to enter June, and in a blink of an eye, 2021 is already over half of the time. However, Xiaomi officials have not yet released any information about the Mi Pad 5, which makes people feel anxious.
A few days ago, a whistleblower reported the latest news about the device. He revealed that Xiaomi has tentatively confirmed that it will release the Mi Pad 5 series in August.
Based on the currently known news, the Xiaomi Mi Tablet 5 series will launch three new phones, all of which will be equipped with Qualcomm processors.
They are Snapdragon 870, Snapdragon 860 and Snapdragon 768G, respectively corresponding to high, medium and low gears. Whether for learning, entertainment or work, Mi Pad 5 can provide a matching experience.
Everyone has been very familiar with the Snapdragon 870, and there are already many products equipped with this chip on the market, while the Snapdragon 860 has not yet been launched in China.
It is reported that the Snapdragon 860 processor is an enhanced version of the previous Snapdragon 855 Plus and is built with a 7nm process.
The CPU clocked at 2.96GHz, designed for a 1+3+4 three-cluster architecture, the core is Kryo 485, and it has brought new improvements in 5G, memory, etc., and its performance is more powerful.
In addition, the digital chat station recently revealed that the Mi Pad 5 will adopt a design similar to the iPad Pro, with a right-angled design in the middle of the fuselage, and equipped with side fingerprint recognition keys, and the screen is also a full-screen design without openings.
It is worth mentioning that the screen parameters of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 are worth seeing.
It not only has a high refresh rate of 120Hz, but also has a resolution of 2560*1600 and a touch sampling rate of 240hz. It also supports 4096-level touch and In-Cell active pen technology, which is comparable to iPad Pro.