According to a number of foreign media reports, Xiaomi is about to launch a new tablet, including three models, conamed Enuma, Elish and Nabu. The first two models will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 flagship platform, while Nabu will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 chip. All three models use a 120Hz IPS full-screen design.
According to previous information, Xiaomi mi pad 5 has been put into the network. The device model is K81C, with a 10.95-inch LCD screen, 2560*1600 resolution, 120Hz refresh rate + 240Hz touch sampling rate, screen drive combined with TDDI, 4096-level pressure sense, side fingerprint scheme, and so on. It is expected to have a 20MP+13MP camera (top is likely to be 48MP), 8.13mm thick, 510g weight, more than 8000mAh battery, support for a stylus and keyboard, and is expected to launch sometime in May.
It’s also said that it will run on a similar system to the previously announced Mix Fold phone, which likely means that the tablet will also support handheld PC mode, parallel Windows, dual-screen drag and drop, meeting secreters, and multi-image sending. We’ll have more on that later at igeekphone.