Chinese technology company Xiaomi may be readying to introduce 3 new tablets in the market, as per some leaks on Twitter account @xiaomiui. The three models are claimed to come with the codenames of “Enuma”, “Elish”, and “Nabu” with model numbers K81, K81A, and K82 respectively. The new tablets are expected to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 series chipsets and launch under the MiPad brand.
According to the claims, the tablets will feature 120Hz refresh rate displays with 2560 x 800 pixels resolution and brightness of 410 nits. The Enuma and Elish tablets will be powered by Snapdragon 870, claims the leaker. That means, Nabu will get a lower chipset (SD 860) and will be the least costly of them all. All of them would run MIUI based on Android out of the box.
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The tablet codenamed “Enuma” is claimed to come fitted with a 48MP primary rear camera, while the other two models will have 12MP primary rear cameras. All the three tablets are said to come with a quad rear camera setup that will have an ultrawide lens, a macro lens and a depth camera.
Some of the other features claimed to come with the tablets are NFC, quad speakers, wireless charging, and ultra-fast charging. The tablets are expected to come to the home country first.
All three tablets should launch under the Mi Pad line, run MIUI based on Android out of the box, and should launch first in China before a global release.
The Android tablet market is currently dominated by Samsung mostly, with Lenovo, Huawei and Honor being the other players. With Huawei getting booted out of the Google ecosystem due to the US sanction, people looking to buy an Android tablet have got very few choices left other than a Samsung tablet, Lenovo being one of them. Xiaomi, with its low-priced products, has been popular in the Asian markets like India and if it launches a new tablet range, customers would have more options to choose from.