Xiaomi Pad 6 and Pad 6 Pro to use Snapdragon 870 and 8+ Gen 1 CPUs

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Xiaomi Pad 6 and Pad 6 Pro to use Snapdragon 870 and 8+ Gen 1 CPUs | DroidAfrica
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Xiaomi is reportedly set to release the Pad 6 and Pad 6 Pro, following the launch of the Mi Pad 5 and Mi Pad 5 Pro back in 2021. In quarter 3 of 2022, Xiaomi also announced a larger Pad 5 Pro model, however, the Pad 6-series has remained a mystery until now.

According to information from Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station, both tablets will feature 11-inch screens with a resolution of 2880×1800 and a refresh rate of either 120Hz or 144Hz. The screen technology has not been confirmed, but it will not be anything outside LCD or AMOLED panel.

Xiaomi Pad 6 and Pad 6 Pro to use Snapdragon 870 and 8+ Gen 1 CPUs | DroidAfrica

In terms of performance, the Xiaomi Pad 6 may be powered by a Snapdragon 870 SoC, while the Xiaomi Pad 6 Pro may have a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. Both tablets are expected to offer up to 12GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage, and may have 67W fast charging capabilities. However, the battery capacity and camera specifications for both devices are not yet known.

The tipster also mentions that there are currently no plans for a 5G version of the tablet. The launch of the Xiaomi Pad 6 and Xiaomi Pad 6 Pro is expected to take place sometime in the second quarter of 2023, which is before June. This is a change from the previous year, when the Xiaomi Pad 5 Pro was launched in the third quarter.

Xiaomi Pad 6 and Pad 6 Pro to use Snapdragon 870 and 8+ Gen 1 CPUs | DroidAfrica

The Xiaomi Pad 6 and Pad 6 Pro look are set to offer improved performance and updated features compared to their predecessors, and are likely to be popular choices for those in the market for a new tablet.

With a large and high-quality screen, fast charging, and powerful performance, these tablets could be a great choice for productivity, entertainment, and more. We should get more details of the two devices as we draw closer to the launch date which still remains unknown.

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