Tomorrow, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun will hold an annual speech. Apart from talking about the company’s past and the current situation, the manufacturer will also unleash a few top-end products from different niches. Among them, the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 will be in the spotlight along the MIX 4 and the new OLED TV. The reason is simple- this is the first tablet after three years of lapse.
Today, the tablet’s Pro variant spotted in GeekBench. The latter shows that the specific model of the machine is “M2105K81AC”, and inside it carries an 8-core Snapdragon 870 chip. This processor also integrates an Adreno 650 GPU, a 6GB memory, and runs the Android 11 system out of the box.
In GeekBench, the best result of this tablet was 1008 points for single-core test and 3334 points for multi-core test.
As a reminder, there has been another leak of this tablet in GeekBench. But that was the Snapdragon 860. The SND860-powered variant scored
Although we have heard that two out of three Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 models will be packed with the Snapdragon 870 chip, this is the first time when we see it leaked in any platform.
Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 Other Features
It is worth mentioning that, in addition to a powerful hardware, the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 series tablets also boast of a screen. As we have previously heard, they (at least, two of them) will come with a 10.95-inch LCD screen provided by TCL Huaxing. These displays will have a resolution of 2560*1600, a refresh rate of 120Hz, a touch sampling rate of 240Hz, and also support 4096-level touch.
This 4096-level touch will also form a productivity combination with a smart stylus, providing a better writing and drawing experience.
Well, we know that the tablet will support external keyboards, and will also have an official keyboard protective cover. This will also be compatible with the productivity set of the stylus.
Android tablets began to make a strong impact on the iPad, getting rid of the “big screen mobile phone” title accumulated over the years. So Apple should be more attentive not only to Huawei but Xiaomi and other Chinese brands as well. We mean these are not traditional tablet makers. But now, understanding the market changes, they can make a tough competition to the Cupertino-based company.