With the Xiaomi Pad 5, the Chinese company has caused a lot of excitement on the tablet market. Now the successor is announced with the Xiaomi Pad 6 and it really packs a punch. Even Samsung and Apple can’t keep up with the equipment everywhere.


Xiaomi Pad 6 expected with high-end equipment

The Xiaomi Pad 5 (for testing) was in the mid-range to create a lot of interest with an attractive price. With the Xiaomi Pad 6, however, the company wants to explore the limits and also offer real high-end models that can easily keep up with Samsung’s and Apple’s best tablets. Xiaomi wants to equip the best version with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and LTPO panel that works at up to 120 Hz. This would improve the tablet’s performance even further. In addition, the device should fully charge up to 120 watts in just a few minutes. Apple and Samsung can’t keep up at all on this point.

In addition to the high-end model, Xiaomi would like to continue offering the Pad 6 in cheaper versions. That’s how it’s supposed to be entry-level model with a MediaTek chip. In addition, this time there should also be a 5G version, so that you can stay connected to the internet on the tablet while you are out and about. There is no information about pen support yet. However, since the Xiaomi Pad 5 supports a stylus and the competition also offers this support, one can assume that the Xiaomi Pad 6 can also be used with a pen as an option.

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Xiaomi is planning a cheaper Redmi tablet

In addition to the Xiaomi Pad 6, the company is also planning a cheaper Redmi tablet. Just like the Redmi smartphones, this should be a cheaper variant with a slightly different design of a Xiaomi tablet. So Xiaomi could cover another price range here, which is below the current Xiaomi Pad 5, which costs less than 400 euros (check it out at Amazon). Now that Google is back to Android tablets, Xiaomi wants to get really big.

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