Redmi Pad 5G passes Geekbench with Snapdragon 870, Android 12 and more

Update (08/08/22) – JB

Despite not yet having a specific date for its official releaseo Redmi Pad 5G has now been found in the Geekbench database. The discovery came this weekend after the device pass certification at the FCC of the United States.

According to the benchmark platform, Redmi Pad 5G is numbered 22081281AC and It has a Snapdragon 870 processor. The set still brings 8 GB of RAM and native Android 12.

Redmi’s first tablet scored 986 points in the single-core test and 3117 points in the multi-core test.

For now, the tablet remains without a presentation date, but we already know that it must be announced with 10.61-inch IPS LCD screen, support for 5G connection, dual-band WiFi, 7,800mAh battery and 8MP main rear camera.



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Update (08/03/22) – JB

Redmi is getting closer and closer to the official launch of your first tablet. We recently had access to a picture that showed the rear and other design aspects of the device.

Today (3), the Redmi Pad 5G received certification from the US FCC. The regulatory agency confirmed that the device numbering is Xiaomi 22081283G, and it will count like 7,800 mAh battery and support for 67W fast charging.

In addition, we also have the presence of native Android 12 running under the MIUI 13 interface adapted for tablets.

Commenting on the matter, Digital Chat Station has again released more device specifications. For the leaker, the tablet will be a little simpler than the rumors previously speculated.

The Redmi Pad 5G screen must be 60 Hz IPS LCD and be 10.1 inches, and its processor will be a mid-range Qualcomm (Snapdragon 765G).

When it comes to cameras, the main rear should only be 8 MP, while the front is 5 MP.

The tablet should still have four speakers, dual-band WiFi and an infrared emitter. The expected price is 1,500 yuan (~BRL 1,172), but there is still no release date for the device.



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Update (7/25/22) – JB

the launch of Redmi Pad 5G it is closer and closersince a real image of the tablet began to circulate on Chinese social networks.

In the photo you can see the back of the device, and it is still unclear whether its construction is metal or polycarbonate. Also, in the upper left corner there is a single camera without LED flash.

The simple design of the tablet indicates that the Redmi Pad 5G should be positioned with an intermediate price.

For now, the Chinese manufacturer does not confirm the official launch date of the Redmi Pad 5G, but everything indicates that it is being developed for compete with the realme option.

According to rumors, the Redmi Pad should be announced with 765G processor and IPS LCD screen that supports 90 Hz refresh rate.

In addition, there is a 48 MP main camera, four speakers, MIUI 13 and fast charging up to 67W.



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Update (05/02/22) – JB

O Redmi Pad is a device long awaited by the public and the first Rumors about its existence date back to 2020, but only now it can be launched. According to the well-known and trusted Mukul Sharma, the tablet has is ready to be made official in India.

That’s because it has already received the necessary certifications and is even listed in Xiaomi’s database. However, despite the supposed imminent launch, there is still no official date for the device to be announced.

As for the technical specifications, Redmi Pad should be announced with 765G processor and display with 90 Hz refresh rate support. In addition, there is 5G connection, 48 MP main camera, four speakers, MIUI 13 and 30W fast charging.

For now, the Chinese manufacturer remains silent on the matter, but rumors indicate that the final price of the tablet in India should be around 24,000 rupees (~R$1,559).



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Original text (22/04/20)

After it “separated” from Xiaomi, Redmi has been looking expand its presence in the market launching other products in addition to the smartphone segment. Therefore, the company’s catalog already has some smart home devices e even a television.

Now, apparently, the company should enter the tablet market. That’s because a more recent leak brought a series of details of the new Redmi Pad 5G. This should be the first device in its category to have the new connection.

powered by Snapdragon 765 5G processor, the tablet can be advertised with a screen that has a refresh rate of up to 90 Hz. However, the source of the rumor does not comment on the approximate size of the display. See below in the rendering that we have few edges on the device:




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Despite not showing the battery capacity, the image makes it clear that the Redmi Tab 5G should be announced with support for the 30W fast charging. In addition, we will also have four speakers to ensure good audio quality and multimedia experience.

Now, when it comes to cameras, the main one must be 48 MP, and the sensor used can be from Sony. The resolution of the selfie lens was not revealed, but chances are we are talking about a 16 MP sensor. Finally, the tablet must run a custom version of MIUI for tablets.

For now, Redmi does not comment on the matter. Anyway, the Expected price for the tablet is 1,999 yuan, something around R$ 1,500 in direct conversion. The launch can happen on the day April 27 in conjunction with the presentation of MIUI 12.

Would you buy a tablet from Redmi? Do you believe that this market can still be interesting for the brand? Tell us your opinion here in the comments.

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