Xiaomi to launch Mi-Pad tablet on July 1
Xiaomi will launch it’s first ever tablet in China on the first day of next month.
The Xiaomi Mi-Pad was unveiled some weeks ago with a 7.9-inch display that has 2048 x 1536 pixels resolution.
The tablet looks like an iPad Air, though it’s not, and it’s price doesn’t look nothing like that of an iPad.
At $240 you can get a 16GB Mi-Pad from next month if you stay in China, and at $33 more, you can get yourself the 64GB model — both models come with microSD card slots.
Xiaomi equipped the Mi-Pad with a quad-core Nvidia Tegra K1 chipset which is one of the most powerful mobile processors out there, if not the most powerful.
The tablet further packs an 8MP rear camera and a luxurious 5MP front-facing camera.
Hopefully, Xiaomi is going to take it’s inexpensive tablet outside the walls of China just as the private-owned company is doing with it’s smartphones.
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