A new year gift for the Chinese users as this time again Xiaomi may surprise us by launching Mi Pad 3. It is rumored to be launched on 30th December. Mi Pad 3 will be available with 128 GB and 256 GB memory and will be priced at CNY 1,999 (roughly Rs. 20,000) for the 128GB storage model and CNY 2,299 (roughly Rs. 22,500). Following are the rumored specifications and Mi Pad 3 is a much-awaitedT device in the Chinese market.
Body and Display
Mi Pad 3 will have an IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M color and a 9.7-inch screen with 1536 x 2048 pixels resolution. The display also supports multi-touch feature and has an impressive and sleek design. It is said to measure 239.5×164.5×6.08mm and weigh 380 grams.
To capture all the delighting memories, Mi Pad 3 comes with 16 MP Primary Camera with Auto-Focus and Dual-LED flash. It also supports full HD(1080p) video recording and 8 MP Secondary Camera. Obviously, Mi Pad 3 will have a better pixel experience and image quality as compared to its previous version.
Mi Pad 3 has no cellular connectivity and comes with WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, and hotspot. It also supports Bluetooth and GPS technology for file transfer and location service.
Mi Pad 3 will be available in two color variant: Dark grey, Champagne gold and comes with Non-removable Li-Po 8290 mAh battery. Obviously, Battery performance is completely awesome and this tab comes with sensors(Accelerometer, gyro, compass) to further enhance the user experience and ease. Mi Pad 3 will support Windows 10, last year Mi Pad 2 was launched on both Windows and Android platform.
This much-awaited device will be launched in China first and till date, there has been no report of its launch in India.
Mi Pad 3 will be powered by a 7th Gen Core M processor (m3-7Y30) with Intel HD Graphics 615 GPU.
Xiaomi launched its first tablet Mi Pad in 2014 in China and this device was available in India for 12,999. Mi Pad 2 was not launched in India but now with growing demand and a huge customer base, Xiaomi cannot neglect it’s launch in India.