Xiaomi Pad 6 with Snapdragon 888 gets new certification

Xiaomi Mi Pad 5

After the release of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 back in August last year, the successor to this device will naturally be Xiaomi Pad 6. Xiaomi had a long break after releasing the Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 in 2018. The company did not release the successor (Xiaomi Mi Pad 5) until 2021, which is three years in between. Before the release of the Mi Pad 5, Xiaomi used to focus on mid-range tablets.  However, with the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5, the company adds some flagship features. From the reports so far, it appears that the Xiaomi Pad 6 series will have an entry-level model. The Xiaomi Pad 6 which is already on the EEC certification database will have as many as four models.  These models are L81, L81A, L82 and L83. This should correspond to the Xiaomi Pad 6, Pad 6 Pro, Pad 6 Pro 5G and a Redmi tablet.

Xiaomi Pad 6

There are many Xiaomi fans that are looking forward to the 6th generation of Xiaomi Tablet products. Xiaomi officially released the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 in August last year. Returning to the market after several years, the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 series has achieved excellent results. Considering what the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 brings, there is still a lot of room for improvement. Recall that the Pad 5 comes with the Snapdragon 870 SoC. Thus, there is room to upgrade the chip and other aspects.

Xiaomi Pad 6 series is coming

The latest report coming out of China claims that a model of the Xiaomi Pad 6 series has a Chinese certification. The certification file reveals that the specific model number is 22081281AC. Recall that the codename of the Xiaomi Pad 5 series is M2105K81C. The last set of letters and numbers are very similar. This means that the device is most likely the iterative model of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5.

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Xiaomi Pad 6 series

It is worth mentioning that there have been several reports on the specifications of the Xiaomi Pad 6 series. The popular report claims that there will be two models in the series. However, there could be as many as four models in the series. The entry-level model uses a 2K/120Hz screen and will retain the Snapdragon 870 chip of the previous model. The positive side of this model is that the price tag will further reduce.

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Flagship model will upgrade to SD888 SoC

The high-end model is the highlight of this generation. According to speculations, its chip will upgrade to the Snapdragon 888 series SoC. This means that the device will have a significant improvement in performance. Although the Snapdragon 888 has always been troubled by heat and power consumption on mobile phones, this shortcoming can basically be offset on the tablet. However, the large body of the tablet can perfectly make up for it in terms of heat dissipation and battery. In addition, if the screen is further upgraded, it may use a large 2K/120Hz OLED screen.

Unfortunately, in terms of official information, the company has been quite secretive about the upcoming tablet. However, just like the previous generation, we expect the new model to do well in the market. Since the advent of the pandemic, there has been an increasing demand for large-screen devices. This is because many people now work or school from home. Thus, not just Xiaomi, but many other brands are now releasing new tablets.

There are also reports that while Xiaomi is preparing its tablets, Redmi is also preparing a tablet. Furthermore, at least one of the Xiaomi tablets will support 5G network. This should be the Xiaomi Pad 6 Pro. In addition to the Snapdragon 870 SoC for the entry-level model and the Snapdragon 888 SoC for the flagship model, there are reports that the mid-range model will use the Dimensity 8100.

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