Xiaomi officially unveiled the Redmi 6 Pro and Mi Pad 4 today at an official event in China. However, there’s barely anything new we’ll find out about the device. As it turns out, even the pricing/versions of the Redmi 6 Pro were leaked last night. Both the new products were listed on Xioami’s portal resulting in a complete dress down before launch. Also, some partial pricing details of the Mi Pad 4 were also outed. But now, we have official pricing details with all the specifications of the Mi Pad 4.
The Mi Pad 4 would be getting three variants, the top-end of which will be a LTE model. The base variant is 3GB + 32GB and costs 1099 Yuan ($168). There’s a 4GB + 64GB variant as well that costs 1399 Yuan ($214) which is also only-WiFi. The third variant is 4GB + 64GB which can set you back by 1499 ($229).
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As it is, specs are already history. Xiaomi itself spilled the beans on the Snapdragon 660 chip being inside the Mi Pad 4 through an official teaser. The tab has a tad bit bigger screen at 8.0-inches and the battery is also 6,000mAh. The display should likely bear Full-HD+ resolution with a 16:10 aspect ratio. The rear has a powerful 13MP camera and the front selfie shooter is a 5MP lens. It runs Android 8.1 with MIUI 9, so we’re still not getting MIUI 10, not at first boot at least. In terms of connectivity, we’re getting a 3.5mm audio jack, 4G VoLTE, and a MicroSD card slot as well. Since it doesn’t have a fingerprint reader Xiaomi has also recently teased the tablet to feature face unlock out of the box. Sales start in China on June 29 at 10 AM.
the android tablet to beat 🙂 kudos xiaomi!
The price of 3/32 is a pure steal. Nothing else can come even close to what Mi pad 4 offers at that price point..
3GB version is a total miss, because around this time next year will be useless. 4GB is better choice if planning to use the tablet for 2+ years.