Redmi Pad: Rumors of a MediaTek Kompanio chipset and a supposed live image of Xiaomi’s first affordable tablet have surfaced

Redmi Pad: Rumors of a MediaTek Kompanio chipset and a supposed live image of Xiaomi's first affordable tablet have surfaced

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  • The shared image only shows the rear of the tablet, sporting a rectangular camera module and the Realme branding at the bottom corner. There are only so many ways a tablet can be designed, so it’s no surprise that the tablet depicted appears to take design cues from what would be a rival—the Realme Pad X.

  • Redmi Pad: Alleged live image of Xiaomi’s rumoured MediaTek Kompanio chipset-equipped first affordable tablet has surfaced. The Xiaomi Pad 5 will probably cost more than the Redmi Pad. (Supplied by Xiaomi) The Xiaomi Pad 5 will probably cost more than the Redmi Pad. (Photo credit: Xiaomi) Recently, a fresh picture that purports to show the forthcoming Redmi Pad in real life has appeared on Chinese social media pages. The tablet displays a simple design, possibly drawing inspiration from the Realme Pad X, a tablet it is anticipated to compete with. It appears more and more likely that Xiaomi is getting set to introduce a new tablet under the Redmi name. A few months ago, information about the Redmi Pad and its 5G hardware initially started to circulate. An

The Redmi Pad, if or when it launches, is expected to rival the Realme Pad X as an affordable tablet for the masses. Details are currently unknown but an earlier leak seemed to indicate it would offer 5G support. According to Digital Chat Station, the cheapest out of Xiaomi’s four upcoming tablets would land with a 10.4-inch display. That could well refer to the Redmi Pad. The image source also claims the Redmi Pad will come equipped with a new MediaTek Kompanio chipset. Launch plans are similarly elusive but leaker Mukul Sharma claims a Redmi tablet will launch in India, so it’s likely the Redmi Pad gets a global launch when it finally arrives.

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