Given the pandemic that saw tablet sales soar, more Android makers are expected to join the segment in 2021. One of them is Xiaomi. From now on, the tablet segment will be led by Apple iPads. On the Android side, you can choose from Samsung, Lenovo, Huawei, and Honor, but not many rival the iPad. It looks like Xiaomi could be working on getting an iPad rival.
The Chinese company was said to be working on a tablet in February. Now more details of his plans with the segment have appeared online. To recall, Xiaomi used to make tablets, but not anymore. According to a report, Xiaomi is making a comeback in the tablet segment. The company is expected to prepare for the introduction of three new tablets.
All of these devices come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 chipset. According to the information from the Twitter account @XiaomiuiXiaomi is developing three models with the code names “Enuma”, “Elish” and “Nabu” with the model numbers K81, K81A and K82. Under the hood, “Enuma” and “Elish” are powered by the Snapdragon 870 SoC, while the “Nabu” has a Snapdragon 860 under the hood. It is likely that the Nabu will be the cheapest of them all.
Rumor has it that the upcoming series of Xiaomi tablets will have an IPS display with a resolution of 2,560 x 800 pixels. In addition, the tablet, code-named “Enuma”, could have a primary 48-megapixel rear-view camera. On the other hand, the other devices are equipped with a primary 12 megapixel rear camera. In addition, the trio will have four rear cameras, including an ultrawide camera, a macro camera and a depth camera. In addition, the tablets should be equipped with NFC, quad speakers, wireless charging and ultra-fast charging. The three devices could be started under the Mi Pad range.