Xiaomi Redmi Pad Pro launched with an affordable price tag and capable specs

Xiaomi Redmi Pad Pro

After teasing for the past few days, Xiaomi has officially unrolled the covers on the Redmi Pad Pro. Sticking close to the theme of Redmi devices, the new tablet is on the affordable end. But that doesn’t make the new tab average.

It comes with capable mid-range hardware. And let’s not forget to mention that it comes with a beautiful screen on the front and supports a stylus pen. All these make the Redmi Pad Pro a great pick for those who are looking for media consumption, digital art, and gaming.

Redmi Pad Pro Ticks All the Essentials

Under the hood, the Redmi Pad Pro features the Snapdragon 7s Gen 2. This isn’t the most powerful mid-range processor, but it’s still capable of handling anything you throw at it. Paired with up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, you are looking at a tab that can multi-task and handle resource-intensive apps with ease.

Snapdragon 7s Gen 2

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The hardware of the Pad Pro is powered by a 10,000 mAh battery. It has support for 33W fast charging, which means it won’t take long to go from 0% to 100%. On the outside, the Android tablet comes with a 12.1-inch LCD screen. This panel has a 2.5K resolution and sports a 120 Hz refresh rate.

Screen of Redmi Pad Pro

With up to 600 nits of peak brightness and TUV Rheinland certification, you can expect to get an enjoyable viewing experience with the tablet. The Redmi Pad Pro goes further than that to offer an immersive media experience. It supports Dolby Vision and features a quad-speaker setup with Dolby Atmos.

Redmi Pad Pro launch

Other highlights of the Android tablet include Bluetooth 5.2, WiFi 6, 8 MP front and back cameras, and HyperOS based on Android 14. As for the price, the starting price in China is CNY 1,499, around $234. That’s a very affordable price tag for a tab with such specs. Hopefully, the pricing won’t increase much when it steps outside China.

Pad Pro

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