Wednesday, Sep 29, 2021
According to a recent report by Counterpoint, Xiaomi has recently become the world's number one smartphone brand in June this year, behind Apple and Samsung. It has been almost 3 years since the release of the Mi Pad 4 and then the Mi Pad 4 Plus, and although the Chinese company is currently not among the top 5 tablet manufacturers, it seems that with the significant growth of the tablet market , Seeks to show a strong presence in this field by introducing new devices. In this regard, Xiaomi unveiled its new tablets, Mi Pad 5 and Mi Pad 5 Pro, at the event on August 10 this year (August 19, 1400) at the same time as introducing the flagship Mix 4 smartphone.
Xiaomi's new tablets such as Samsung's Galaxy Tab S7 and Apple's iPad Pro 11 Magnetic keyboard cover and pen are equipped, both of which are sold separately. The stylus that comes with these products weighs just 12.2 grams and offers a 240Hz touch sampling rate with two buttons on the sides. This pen uses an internal battery that can work for up to 8 hours on a single charge. The magnetic keyboard of Xiaomi's new tablets can be compared to other accessories in this category. This keyboard connects to the tablet via POGO pins and the manufacturer launches them in the same colors as the body of the tablets, in white and black for all 3 models and adding green for the Pad 5.
The beating heart of these tablets is the advanced processors that make them the most powerful Android tablets on the market. While the Mi Pad 5 Pro is powered by a Snapdragon 870 processor, Xiaomi has switched to a Snapdragon 860 processing chipset for the Mi Pad 5. It (based on the Cortex-A77 processor architecture) and includes four 1.8 GHz cores (based on the Cortex-A55 processor architecture) and its Adreno 650 graphics processing unit. The Wi-Fi version of the Mi Pad 5 Pro has six gigabytes of LPDDR5 and 128 or 256 gigabytes of UFS 3.1 internal storage. On the other hand, the Mi Pad 5 Pro 5G has only an 8GB/256GB memory configuration, the manufacturing technology of which is the same as the WiFi model.
The SD860 processor is also made with 7nm lithography and is made of 8 The Kryo 485 processor core consists of 4 A76 cores (one core with a maximum clock speed of 2.96 GHz at the highest level and 3 cores with a frequency of 2.42 GHz in the middle and 4 A55 cores). In addition, Xiaomi has included a 6GB LPDDR4X RAM option with 128 or 256GB of UFS 3.1 internal storage.
on the Pad 5 tablet with only a 13-megapixel camera Let's face it, while in the Wi-Fi version of the Mi Pad 5 Pro, we see the use of two 13-megapixel main cameras and a 5-megapixel ultra-wide one. However, Xiaomi has increased the resolution of the main camera to 50 megapixels in the Pro 5G model, but the ultra-wide module still has a resolution of 5 megapixels. The front camera is 8-megapixel in all three models and has the ability to unlock the screen using face recognition.
The Pad 5 Pro battery has a capacity of 8,600 mAh and comes with a 67-watt charger ; The charger is apparently the fastest example of a tablet to date. On the other hand, the battery capacity in the standard model is more and 8,720 mAh, but its charger is 33 watts, which is still a high-speed technology for the tablet and can fully charge this product in 91 minutes.
The operating system of all three tablets is Android 11 and their user interface is MIUI 12.5. However, according to news sources, Xiaomi has apparently introduced a new user interface called MIUI for Pad for its tablets, which supports multi-screen capability for more than 300 applications and in some ways is similar to the iPad OS. The Chinese company has also provided 4 speakers for the standard version of this tablet and eight speakers for the Pro model with Dolby Atmos sound support. Pre-orders for the tablets have begun in China, but there is no word yet on the availability or pricing in other markets.