Anonymous, 30 Apr 2018The new ipad is $329. I don't know why anyone would get the Mi Pad 4.If it uses SD660 or any recent SD, then no worry, grab it as fast possible.
Anonymous, 30 Apr 2018The new ipad is $329. I don't know why anyone would get the Mi Pad 4.Does it come with Android?
The new ipad is $329. I don't know why anyone would get the Mi Pad 4.
M Kon, 27 Apr 2018Why not snapdragon 821or 835???835 would mean 600+ price and that is too much against iPad...
The Mi Pad 3 was unstable and buggy. I'll wait for the review for this one or I might go with the Huawei Mediapad M5.
Anonymous, 27 Apr 2018Might as well get an iPad. They're affordable now too. Anyway, I hope Xiaomi also release W10 ... moreWindows version would be more like up to Microsoft. And even if they make it, Windows on ARM performance is currently super choppy due to x86 emulation layer (and that's using SD835, so just forget SD660). If only Intel didn't give up the Atom lines... (or why don't they just continue with Kaby Lake R? Core M3 should be suitable for tablets, its TDP is only 4.5W, though can be boosted).
The most awaited spec is actually the price. Can it compete with entry level iPad which is $329 now?
SD660 is a very good SoC for Full HD resolution. All Mi Pad lines so far has 2048x1536 resolution, which is taller and wider than Full HD. Even now it has 18:9 aspect ratio (well, Full HD+ is not impossible), I'm kinda skeptical for its gaming performance with that resolution. It's hard to beat Apple A10 with this.
As long as it have micro sd with 256max cap with 300+dpi.
I don't particularly care even if this sport 630.
Might as well get an iPad. They're affordable now too. Anyway, I hope Xiaomi also release W10 version of Mi Pad 4
Kiyasuriin, 26 Apr 2018I agree. SD845 on this babe overclocked to 3GHz K385G+2 GHz K385S would make it perfectOverclocking mobile chipsets is absolutely asinine as voltage-frequency curve is exponential. You would get barely noticeable improvement in performance and much worse battery life. Pushing some chips all the way instead of widening the pipeline makes little sense even on some desktop parts as evidenced by AMD's Vega 64 where going from 1500 to 1750 nets you ~17% theoretical improvement and less than that in real life but a 2x power draw. Even with their relatively narrow pipeline compared to Apple's chips and x86 parts the new Kryos will choke at 3GHz so badly it's not even funny.
AnonD-744321, 26 Apr 2018the MI Pad is back people THE MI PAD IS BACK!!!!!!! :O the best cheap gaming tablet EVER!!!! ... moreThe chipset shall be enough to be on par with Apple's A9 chipset. It shall be enough to compete with non Pro iPads from last year.
AnonD-744321, 26 Apr 2018the MI Pad is back people THE MI PAD IS BACK!!!!!!! :O the best cheap gaming tablet EVER!!!! ... moreI agree. SD845 on this babe overclocked to 3GHz K385G+2 GHz K385S would make it perfect
AnonD-694886, 26 Apr 2018I don't see a reason for tablets not to include MicroSD slot. They are small, and quite frankl... moreAs long as the internal storage is big enough there is no need for a micro SD slot. Especially if you take into account that most people use their tablets while their at home. And when watching movies at home most consumers stream those over Amazon, Netflix....But having the options of a micro SD card is always nice.
Side note: this thing is probably not the mi pad tablet since it has a 18:9 display ratio like most full view smartphones of today. Highly likely it's the upcoming 6.99" Mi Max 3.
Since the display ratio is 18:9 I highly doubt that this thing is a tablet. More likely it's the upcoming mi Max 3 with a 6.99" 18:9 display and 6000mAh battery. It probably has the option to run a tablet UI since it's as big as a 7" tablet.