THE Xiaomi made official this Tuesday (4th) the global launch of several products, such as the international version of the Mi Band 7 Pro bracelet. Another highlight of the event was the Redmi Pad, Chinese brand subsidiary’s first tablet.
The device has a 10.6-inch IPS LCD screen with 2K resolution (2,000 x 1,200 pixels), 90 Hz refresh rate and 400 nits of brightness, in addition to low eyestrain certification. Speakers with Dolby Atmos help bring a more immersive experience in videos and games.
To power the notebook, the Chinese giant chose the processor MediaTek Helio G99 of 6 nm, which can be accompanied by 3 GB, 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB or 128 GB of internal storage in the UFS 2.2 standard, with the possibility of expansion via microSD card up to 1 TB. The operating system is android 12.
Redmi Pad brings Android 12 with two system updates guaranteed.Source: Xiaomi/Disclosure
In terms of cameras, the Xiaomi Redmi Pad tablet It has an 8 MP ultra-wide front sensor, which offers a 105 degree field of view and the FocusFrame function, designed to keep the user framed in the center of the screen during video calls. At the rear, the lens has the same 8 MP and records videos in Full HD.
It’s the price?
The technical sheet of redmi tablet also mentions the 8,000 mAh battery with 18W fast charge support, but the device comes with a 22.5W charger. Support for Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.3 and USB-C port complete the specifications, noting that the model has no variant with mobile networks.
It arrives first in India, where it is already on pre-sale in grey, green and silver. As for the Redmi Pad pricesit costs from 12,499 Indian rupees, equivalent to R$ 791 at the daily exchange rate, in direct conversion, value referring to the 3 GB + 64 GB model.
The 4GB+128GB and 6GB+128GB variants of the Xiaomi tablet cost 17,999 Indian rupees (R$1,139) and 19,999 Indian rupees (R$1,265), respectively. There is no release date for other countries yet.