Some images of Xiaomi Mi Pad 3 were leaked online and it seems that the firm is working pretty hard for its new Windows 10 supported tablet. The new device is estimated to launch on December 30, 2016 and will be available in two versions depending upon the internal memory. The variant with 128GB is estimated to have priced around 1,999 Yuan; on the other hand, the 256GB will come with a price tag of 2,299 Yuan. A keyboard dock, costing 99 Yuan, for the tablet will also be available for sale.
Xiaomi’s previous tablet was the Mi Pad 2 that was launched in November 2015. The tablet had a 7.9-inch screen with pixel resolution of 2048×1536. The tablet is fueled by a 2.24GHz Intel Atom quad-core X5-Z8500 SoC paired with 2GB RAM.
Xiaomi Mi Pad 3 is supposed to be better than the Mi Pad 2 and will probably have a 9.7-inch screen with pixel resolution of 2048×1536. Fascinatingly, this is the same resolution and display size as that on iPad Pro 9.7 of Apple.
Viewing the leaked images, the new Xiaomi Mi Pad 3 will be charged by an Intel Core (seventh gen) m3-7Y30 SoC coupled with 8GB RAM. The tablet will probably have an 8MP front-facing camera and a 16MP rear camera, with an 8,290mAh battery fueling the tab.
Given that the Mi Pad 2 comes in both Windows 10 and Android version, the firm may launch an Android iteration of the new device as well.
Well, with all such features, the new Xiaomi Mi Pad 3 is surely to rule the market.