Redmi Pad Pro 5G Version Leaks, Global Launch Also Expected

Xiaomi Redmi Pad Pro

Redmi recently unveiled its latest tablet: the Redmi Pad Pro. However, it was launched without cellular connectivity. This means you cannot use any SIM cards on the currently available version of the Redmi Pad Pro. This might be an issue depending on the person, as some people like to use SIM cards on their tablets for conditions like the unavailability of WiFi. Therefore, Redmi seems to be preparing for the launch of the new Redmi Pad Pro 5G version.

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The Redmi Pad Pro’s new version was spotted on the HyperOS source code, making it quite credible. The original Redmi Pad Pro has the codename “dizi“. But the model spotted on HyperOS comes with the codename “ruan“. The report by AndroidHeadlines has also spotted three model numbers for the upcoming tablet. The model numbers break down as follows: 24074RPD2G (global), 24074RPD2I (India), and 24074RPD2C (China).

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Initially, we expect the Redmi Pad Pro 5G to arrive in China, which is likely to be launched together with MIX FOLD 4, and Redmi K70 Ultra. Then we will hopefully get the global launch. The new 5G version of the tablet will not have other differences from the original one, except SIM card support. Let’s have a look at the specifications of the Redmi Pad Pro (similar to the anticipated Pad Pro 5G) below.

Redmi Pad Pro Specifications

The latest tab from Redmi comes with a 12.1-inch LCD display with 2.5K resolution. It has fancy features such as a 120Hz variable refresh rate, 600 nits peak brightness, and also Dolby Vision content. There is a 8MP shooter on the rear side, and also an 8MP on the front for selfies.

Powering the tablet is the Snapdragon 7s Gen2 making it quite capable in terms of performance. On the battery side, the tablet gets a 10,000mAh battery with 33W fast charging.

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