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Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 Got 3C Certification Reportedly

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The overall devices market has been affected by the bottlenecks in the chip industry, the most affected segment by this crisis is “tablets”, however, Xiaomi is focused on delivering its new tablets to the customers despite the chip shortage.

According to the latest information released by Chinese tipster, a suspected brand new Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 was recently discovered in the network access certification information of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology China. From this we can see that the device will be equipped with a 4260mAh dual-cell solution battery (equivalent to 8720mAh), This capacity can be regarded as a large capacity for a tablet with a screen much larger than a smartphone, and it is expected to provide an extremely long-lasting battery life guarantee.

In other respects, according to previously, leaked news, the new Mi Pad 5 series will bring two products, Mi Pad 5 and Mi Pad 5 Pro. The Pro version will focus on the high-end market and will be equipped with a 2K resolution LCD screen that supports a 120Hz refresh rate, 240hz touch sampling rate, while also supporting 4096-level touch, and In-Cell active pen technology, which can bring more delicate and smooth display effects to large-screen devices. It will be equipped with MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chip, and will also be equipped with Stylus. The Mi Pad 5 will be equipped with the Snapdragon 870 chip.

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It is reported that the new Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 Pro will be positioned as the flagship high-end product of friends such as the iPad and Huawei Mate Pad Pro, while the standard version of the Mi Pad 5 will focus on cost performance, and the starting price is expected to stay within 3,000 yuan which roughly comes to $465.

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