Xiaomi is holding a big event on November 24, and the Chinese company would sure like you to pay attention. Yesterday we saw Xiaomi President Lin Bin outing a teaser image for the upcoming Redmi Note 2 Pro phablet, and today he's at it again.
This time around, however, what we have seems to be a corner of the next Mi Pad tablet. The Mi Pad 2 has been in the rumors for a very long time (since December of last year in fact), and now it looks like we're finally just days away from its unveiling.
As you can see, the tablet seems to be made out of metal, and very thin. The camera sits in one corner of its back, with no LED flash accompanying it. The power and volume buttons are placed close together on what is the right side of the device if you hold it in portrait mode.
Nothing about specs has been teased by Xiaomi, but based on previous leaks we assume the Mi Pad 2 will be powered by an Intel chipset which should be aided by 2GB of RAM and 16GB of built-in storage. The touchscreen could be a 7.9-inch 2,048x1,536 affair, emulating the one in the original Mi Pad. As for software, expect to see MIUI on top of Android of course.
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