Xiaomi pad 6 with snapdragon 888 gets new certification

After the release of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 back in August last year, the successor to this device will naturally be Xiaomi Pad 6. Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 was released in 2018 after a lengthy hiatus. Xiaomi did not release its successor, the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5, until 2021. This is three years later. The Mi Pad 5 was Xiaomi’s first mid-range tablet.  The company has added some flagship features to the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5. From the reports so far, it appears that the Xiaomi Pad 6 series will have an entry-level model. The Xiaomi Pad 6 which is already on the EEC certification database will have as many as four models.  These models are L81A, L81A and L82. These models correspond to the Xiaomi Pad 6, Pad 6 Pro 5, Pad 6 Pro 5G, and a Redmi tablet.

Xiaomi Pad 6

There are many Xiaomi fans that are looking forward to the 6th generation of Xiaomi Tablet products. The Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 was officially launched by Xiaomi in August 2013. After several years off the market, the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 Series has delivered excellent results. There is much room for improvement, despite the great results of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5. The Snapdragon 870 SoC is included in the Pad 5. There is still plenty of room for upgrading the chip and other aspects.


China has reported that the latest model of the Xiaomi Pad 6 Series has Chinese certification. According to the certification file, the model number is 22081281AC. The codename for the Xiaomi Pad 5 series was M2105K81C. This last set of numbers and letters is very similar. The device could be the iterative Mi Pad 5 model.

Xiaomi Pad 6 series

It is worth noting, however, that multiple reports have been published about the specifications for the Xiaomi Pad 6 series. Popular reports claim that there will only be two models. There could be up to four models in this series. The entry level model has a 2K/120Hz LCD screen and retains the Snapdragon870 chip from the earlier model. The good news is that this model will be more affordable.


This generation’s highlight is the high-end model. The Snapdragon 888 series SoC will likely be the upgrade of its chip, according to speculations. This means that the device will have a significant improvement in performance. The Snapdragon 888 has been plagued by heat and high power consumption, but this can be overcome with the tablet. However, the large tablet’s body can make up for the difference in terms heat dissipation as well as battery life. If the screen is upgraded further, it might use a large OLED screen with a 2K/120Hz resolution.

The company has been very secretive regarding the tablet’s upcoming release. We expect the new model will do well on the market, just as the previous generation. Large-screen devices have seen an increase in demand since the pandemic. Because many people work from home, or go to school remotely, this is why large-screen devices are so popular. Not only Xiaomi, but many other companies are now releasing new tablets.

Redmi also appears to be working on a tablet, despite Xiaomi preparing its tablets. At least one Xiaomi tablet will be able to support 5G network. This will be the Xiaomi Pad 6 Pro. In addition to the Snapdragon 870 SoC for the entry-level model and the Snapdragon 888 SoC for the flagship model, there are reports that the mid-range model will use the Dimensity 8100.

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