High-end Android tablets from Xiaomi to launch soon to take on Samsung, Huawei

Xiaomi is all set to launch its new tablet lineup in high-end price range. With the launch of these high-end tablets, Xiaomi will take on likes of Samsung, Huawei and many more.

Xiaomi, a leading Chinese tech giant, is poised to make a grand re-entry into the tablet market with its premium high-end Android tablets. In an era where Android tablets are scarce, Xiaomi’s move is a game-changer.

The company plans to unveil a trio of top-tier tablets, targeting the high-end price segment. This strategic move will strengthen Xiaomi’s position in the competitive tablet market, currently dominated by Samsung and Huawei.

With these new high-end Android tablets, Xiaomi is ready to challenge the market leaders, offering consumers more choices in the high-end tablet market. Also Read – Vivo confirms entry into the tablet market, first product launching soon

Xiaomi High-end Android tablets to launch soon

Xiaomi, a renowned tech brand, is reportedly developing three new tablets, as revealed by the MIUI 12.5 source code. The tablets, codenamed “nabu”, “enuma”, and “elish”, represent Xiaomi’s upcoming high-end Android tablet lineup. Also Read – Xiaomi tablets in making with Snapdragon 8-series chipset

This exciting news was confirmed by the trusted tech community, XDA Developers. References to “isPad” spotted in the source code further validate the anticipation of Xiaomi’s tablet series. Also Read – Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 could be the next high-end phone with multiple exciting features

Moreover, the alpha version of the MIUI Home app showcases a new settings page, hinting at tablet-specific navigation features. This indicates Xiaomi’s commitment to enhancing the user experience on their new tablets.

Xiaomi high-end Android Tablets to launch soon
Xiaomi high-end Tablets to launch soon

XDA Developers’ report sheds light on the naming conventions of Xiaomi’s upcoming premium Android tablets. The report suggests that “Enuma” and “elish”, with model numbers K81 and K81A respectively, are part of the same tablet series.

On the other hand, “nabu” appears to represent a different tablet range. These codenames are associated with the “isSplitTablet” method found in the MIUI Settings app, indicating distinct functionalities for these high-end Android tablets. Also Read – Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, Tab S7 FE tablet: Specs and Price in India

Upcoming Xiaomi Tablets Features and Specs

Currently, detailed specifications of Xiaomi’s forthcoming high-end Android tablets remain under wraps. However, industry rumors provide some insight into the anticipated lineup. These rumors suggest that the new Android tablets could boast a screen resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, offering crystal-clear visuals. Also Read – Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 tipped to launch in May, key specs leaked

The upcoming high-end Android tablets are likely to feature a 16:10 screen aspect ratio, enhancing the viewing experience. Furthermore, the display could also support a 120Hz refresh rate, promising smooth and seamless visuals. Also Read – OnePlus Nord N200 is the cheapest 5G phone from the brand, price under Rs 20000

Previous posts indicate that Xiaomi’s upcoming high-end Android tablets will likely to feature the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 800-series processors, setting them apart from the Mi Pad 4, which features a mid-range chipset.

  • Upcoming High-End Android Tablets with Snapdragon Processor

The Mi Pad 4, launched three years ago, will differ significantly from these new tablets. Reports suggest that the “enuma” and “elish” tablets could launch with the Snapdragon 865/865+/870 chip, while the “nabu” device might feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855/855+/860 SoC.

However, these details are not officially confirmed yet. Therefore, we recommend treating this information with caution. Stay connected for more updates. Also Read – How US based Google Pay users can send money to India?

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