Some more Android tablet would certainly be welcome to compete with everything released by Apple, and the hidden code in Xiaom’s mobile operating system adds growing evidence that it has iPad Pro rival.
Xiaomi made it to the Android tablet game in 2018, but some dug the latest version of Xiaomi’s MIUI software XDA developers suggests that it is ready to jump back: mention the device trio, codenamed ‘Nabu’, ‘Enuma’ and ‘elish’.
In addition, the MIUI has a hidden tablet-style interface settings page that shows how the home screen adapts in tablet mode. While this could also work as a foldable one, it doesn’t look like these three devices are.
Additional tips from strangers suggest that the tablets are powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 series processors, so we’re talking about devices at the top end of the market in terms of performance.
The Enuma model seems to support voice calls according to the code revealed – suggesting that this device supports cellular connectivity via 4G LTE or even 5G, although it doesn’t seem to be the case on other tablets.
All three discs are said to provide IPS LCDs with 2560 x 1600 resolutions. The Nabu model has been highlighted to have a 10.97-inch screen, while rumor has it that a refresh rate of 120 Hz is available for all of these future tablets – a sign that they are premium devices.
We have been before heard whispers that premium tablets are on their way from Xiaom, and Mi Pad 5 is one of the names, and the company’s executives are indeed gone to a record saying that Xiaomi wants to return to the tablet market in the near future.
Although we already have such Samsung and Amazon By offering options for those who want a tablet that isn’t made from Apple, the market could certainly use a few more – and as soon as Xiaomi does all this official, we’ll let you know.