Xiaomi It offers a range of consumer electronics at different prices, but one market in which it has been largely absent is that of tablets. The tablet market is dominated by Apple, and no Android phone maker other than Samsung has been able to beat Apple, especially at the top tier.
Based on the evidence we have obtained from different means, Xiaomi could be working on at least three new high-end Android tablets. We will tell you.
Xiaomi is going to launch new high-end tablets with Snapdragon and 5G processors
We found multiple references to a trio of devices codenamed “nabu”, “enuma” and “elish”. All three code names have been seen to be referenced in methods such as “isPad”, which suggests that certain MIUI apps will display select features for tablets.
Xiaomi may be working on a trio of high-end Android tablets https://t.co/rSCyd3ciha
– XDA (@xdadevelopers) May 5, 2021
Also, a recent alpha version of the MIUI Home app contains a new settings page to display system navigation on tablets, as shown below.
It seems that “enuma” and “elish” they will be variants of each other as the former will have a model name ending in K81 and the latter will have a model name ending in K81A. For its part, “nabu” will be a different product with a model name ending in K82. “Enuma” seems to support voice calls, while “elish” and “nabu” do not, suggesting that only “enuma” will support voice calls. mobile connectivity (4G LTE / 5G).
According to informants, the screen resolution of these three products appears to be 2560 × 1600. Each of these devices is expected to have a panel IPS LCD update to 120Hz. The “Nabu” in particular might have a 10.97 inchs, with overall dimensions of 236 mmx148 mm. It could also have a 8720mAh battery underhood.
Unlike Xiaomi’s Mi Pad 4 of three years ago, which was powered by a mid-range Snapdragon chipset, Xiaomi’s next three tablets will apparently be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8-series chipsets, which rarely found on Android tablets today.
Two of these tablets (“enuma” and “elish”) will apparently be equipped with the sm8250 platform from Qualcomm, which means they will wear one of the Snapdragon 865, 865+, or 870 from Qualcomm. The third tablet (“nabu”) will be built on Qualcomm’s sm8150 platform, which may mean that it will have one of the Snapdragon 855, 855+, or 860 from Qualcomm.
Without much information about its launch
We have no further information to share regarding these three devices, but we are now confident that they will be tablets based on the evidence we have presented so far. The Android tablet market is in dire need of quality products, and few tech brands offer as much profitability as Xiaomi.