Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 goes official with Snapdragon 660 SoC, 16:10 screen, low-cost LTE option
Priced at the rough equivalent of $170 and up, the Snapdragon 660-powered Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 can be purchased for a measly $230 or so with LTE… in China.
New iPad-cloning Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 could launch soon with Snapdragon 660 SoC
It doesn’t sound like the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 will be very different from last year’s edition, but a respectable Snapdragon 660 processor may take the MediaTek MT8176’s place.
MIUI 9 is supported by an impressive total of 40 Xiaomi Android devices
MIUI 9, the newest version of Xiaomi’s Android-based user interface, will be available for official installation on a whopping 40 phones and tablets… eventually.
Xiaomi still can’t register Mi Pad trademark in Europe due to iPad similarity
The Android-powered Xiaomi Mi Pad tablet family cannot be protected by EU trademark laws, as the brand closely resembles Apple’s iPad.
Xiaomi Mi Pad 3 looks familiar, doubling down on RAM to cost reasonable $220 in China
Priced at the equivalent of $220 in China, the Android-powered Xiaomi Mi Pad 3 is hardly a game changer. But it’s a respectable little tablet.
Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 runs Android 5.1 or Windows 10 at $155 and up
Budget-conscious tablet buyers in China will soon get to choose between Android 5.1 and Windows 10 as far as the newly unveiled Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 goes.
Xiaomi schedules November 24 Beijing event: Mi 5, Mi Pad 2, Redmi Note 2 Pro incoming?
Xiaomi wants the world to know it has something in store for a November 24 announcement, but it could be one or several of recently rumored devices.
Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 shows up in benchmark with Intel Atom x5 inside
The long overdue Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 is just about guaranteed to replace the original’s Nvidia chip with an Intel Atom x5, retaining the 2GB RAM count.
Xiaomi Mi Pad comes to India, priced at Rs. 12,999
The Xiaomi Mi Pad comes to India, and, according to the company it will go for Rs. 12,999, once it becomes available on March 24 through Flipkart.
Xiaomi Mi Pad may be an iPad mini rip-off, but it packs some heavy hardware
Sure, the Xiaomi Mi Pad steals a lot from the iPad Mini’s design – but the next-gen silicon inside might even give it an advantage over Apple’s tablet.