Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 Tipped to Feature 120Hz Display, Side Mounted Fingerprint Sensor

The Mi Pad 5 is said to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC.

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Mi Pad 5

Earlier this month we learned that Xiaomi is working on as many as three Android tablets. There were speculations that these might be the Mi Pad 5 series tablets. While the launch date of these tablets is not known yet, the rumors say these will launch in the second half of 2021. Now, some more details about the upcoming Pad 5 have surfaced online revealing more about its design. Digital Chat Station, a famous leakster, took it to his Weibo account to share information regarding the design of the upcoming Xiaomi tablet. Additionally, the leakster also revealed some specifications of the Mi Pad 5 display panel. Let us take a look at the details,

Digital Chat Station claims that the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 will feature a 120Hz refresh rate display. The leakster also reveals that the display on the upcoming Xiaomi tablet will not be an OLED panel, in fact, it will be an LCD display. Also, the leak reveals that the company has gone with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, that will be embedded in the power button. Also, the upcoming Pad 5 is said to come with a right-angled design for the screen, similar to iPad Pro, and Air models. Digital Chat Station also claims that the upcoming Mi Pad 5 will be lightweight and thin in design.

Mi Pad 5 Rumoured Specifications

The Pad 5 is said to feature a 10.95-inch display. The upcoming tablet is said to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 platform, and will boot MIUI for Pad OS. It will have support for handheld PC mode along with regular MIUI features.

For the cameras, the Mi  Pad 5 might offer a dual-camera setup including a 20MP primary sensor and a 13MP secondary lens. For the videos, it will also include a front shooter. The upcoming Xiaomi tablet will offer an 8,720mAh battery with a dual-cell configuration.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back while searching for his first smartphone, and started writing about tech recently in 2018. Arpit comes from Mathematics research background and can be found discussing Mathematics when not looking at his phones.