Xiaomi Pad 6 Will Be Launched Along With Xiaomi 13 Ultra

In the past two years, all major OEMs released myriads of tablets. As the competition was fierce, users benefited a lot. We mean the performance improved a lot, while the prices didn’t change much. Most of the tablets from the mid-to-high-end categories were using the Snapdragon 870 chip. Though the latter has a good reputation, it’s not what we’d been waiting for. Next year, various follow-up models will use flagship chips, including the Snapdragon 8+, Dimensity 9000 series, Dimensity 8100 and so on. Today, from a Weibo leakster, we learned that the upcoming Pad 6 would be announced together with the Xiaomi 13 Ultra. This means it should appear on the market in May or June of next year.

Pad 6 Specs

The Pad 6 will have two variants – the vanilla version and the Pro version. The latter ought to come with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip. The latter is a top-end chip with an excellent reputation in the market. It falls behind the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 only.

Compared with the previous generation, the size of the Pad 6 will change. It should come with a 12.4-inch large screen similar to the Xiaomi Pad 5 Pro. The latter challenges the iPad Pro series. At the same time, both versions will have a 2.5K resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. We think both models will be further upgraded to an OLED screen.

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It is worth mentioning that due to the size upgrade, there will be more space for the Snapdragon 8+ to dissipate heat. In other words, this series of tablets will have a much better performance.

The New Cameraphone

Well, what about the 13 Ultra? This phone should become a new king in the cameraphone niche. In addition to the one-inch outsole main camera, the other lenses will have better quality. Lastly, this device should have a 16GB+512GB/1TB version.

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