Due to the coronavirus pandemic, application scenarios such as remote office and online education have rapidly become popular. As a result, there was an increase in the demand for large display devices. One electronic to benefit from this increase in demand is the tablet. Before the pandemic, the tablet market was so unlucrative that many manufacturers had to pull out. For companies like Xiaomi, the last time it had a tablet is 2018. This is about three years ago. However, with the increase in demand for tablets, more Android tablets are now in the works.
Nevertheless, the likes of Apple, Samsung, and Huawei have been pretty consistent in the tablet market. However, Apple is the undisputed leader of the tablet market globally. In the Android camp, there are some issues that need attention. When it comes to Android tablets, many digital enthusiasts have reason(s) to complain.
After purchasing an Android tablet, a netizen said on social media,
“I bought an Android tablet, and regret that I am dead”. He further explains that “Apple has at least a lot of useable adaptations. Android basically has a lot of adaptations for the most unusable part is the software. There is no suitable software, just forcibly stretch the mobile phone software”.
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Wang Teng, product director of Xiaomi / Redmi, said that the ecology of Android tablets is not very good. According to him, many apps do not have good adaptations. This gives users a lot of headaches in terms of usability. From previous reports, a new Xiaomi Android tablet (Xiaomi Mi Pad 5) will arrive in August. This tablet will come with a 2K LCD full screen and will also use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 flagship processor.
MIUI for Pad
In terms of app adaptation, the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 will come with a special system that takes care of this issue. Unlike other Android tablets in the market, the Mi Pad 5 will have a new MIUI system. The company calls this system MIUI for Pad. This system is deeply customized for tablets. It will be interesting to see what this tablet offers.
Furthermore, the Mi Pad 5 will also come with a high-quality display panel. This display not only has a resolution of 2560 x 1600, but also supports a 120Hz high refresh rate, 240hz high touch sampling rate, and also supports 4096 touch screens. This device will also support an In-Cell active pen technology, comparable to iPad Pro.
It is worth mentioning that there are reports that Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 will adopt a full-screen design with no openings. The front camera will be placed in the frame of the screen. Perhaps, the top bezel will thicken a bit to accommodate the camera sensor and that’s it. The visual effect is extremely excellent and it is worth looking forward to.