Xiaomi Mi 11 (Image source: GIGA)

Xiaomi is currently conquering the whole world. The Chinese company not only wants to take the top position in the smartphone market, but also want to get back into the mix with Android tablets and make life difficult for Samsung. There is now good news for Europe there.

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Xiaomi Mi Pad 5: Android tablet comes to Europe

In the last few weeks, information about new Xiaomi tablets has surfaced again and again. The Chinese manufacturer plans to bring a total of three models onto the market. So far it was clear that the tablets would be offered in China. But now it has been announced that Xiaomi will also bring the Mi Pad 5 to Europe (source: FCC via GizChina). This makes it clear that Xiaomi Samsung and Apple no longer leave the tablet market after retiring from it a few years ago.

As already mentioned, the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 is to appear in three versions. All models should be equipped with a 120 Hz display and thus offer an absolutely smooth user experience. Depending on the model, the Snapdragon 860, 870 or 888 should be used. Allegedly supposed to even a stylus can be supported. The FCC confirms Android 11 with MIUI 12.5 as the operating system. This should then also be specially adapted for the larger display and optimize operation. Further technical details are still open.

Im Video do you see an impressive Xiaomi technology that could soon be used:

Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 should start attractively priced

As with Xiaomi smartphones, the upcoming Android tablet should also come on the market with a very good price-performance ratio. It should be start at around 300 euros, whereby the clumsy conversion from yuan to euros is usually not entirely accurate. However, Xiaomi will ensure that the Android tablets are very attractively priced. After all, you have to conquer the market, just like you are currently doing with smartphones.

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