Xiaomi Pad 6 Gets EEC Certification; Likely to Install Snapdragon 888 SoC

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Xiaomi Pad 6 Gets EEC Certification; Likely to Install Snapdragon 888 SoC

In 2018, the Chinese tech giant Xiaomi launched Mi Pad 4. Again, it introduced the next iteration of the series named Xiaomi Pad 5 in August 2021, after a gap of around 3 years. Now, the successor device will naturally be Xiaomi Pad 6. Before releasing the Xiaomi Pad 5, the manufacturer emphasized mid-range tablets. Also, the organization dared to bring some kinds of flagship features to the lastly released Xiaomi Mi Pad 5. Meanwhile, reports have come to the fore to suggest the arrival of the Xiaomi Pad 6 series. It is already being mentioned on the EEC certification database.

According to the mentioning on the EEC database, the expected Xiaomi Pad 6 series is being anticipated to reveal four models – L81, L81A, L82 and L83. It should correspond to the Xiaomi Pad 6, Pad 6 Pro, Pad 6 Pro 5G and a Redmi Tablet. It was a fabulous moment when Xiaomi took to the stage to unveil the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5. It was successful with high-end features and performance but there was still a room for improvement. For instance, the CPU has the Snapdragon 870 SoC, hence, the company could upgrade this aspect to enhance the performance.

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Xiaomi Pad 6 Gets Chinese Certification
Xiaomi Pad 6 Gets Chinese Certification

If we believe in the latest reports, a new model of the speculated series has acquired the Chinese certification. It discloses the model number as 22081281AC. To recall, the codename of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 was looking similar as well – M2105K81C. Hence, it can be supposed that it should be an interactive development of the Mi Pad 5.

As per speculations, the upcoming device will get the upgraded chipset – Snapdragon 888. Therefore, there would be a substantial improvement in performance. Also, the screen is said to be a large 2K/120Hz OLED display.

Xiaomi Pad 6 Gets EEC Certification; Likely to Install Snapdragon 888 SoC

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