The Xiaomi Mipad, which so happens to be Xiaomi’s attempt at breaking into the tablet industry, will be making its way to the China market this coming July 1st, which is about a week away, actually. Just what does the Xiaomi Mipad bring to the tablet? Well, it looks set to reside somewhere in the realm of the iPad mini, where it will be powered by an NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor, accompanied by a display that has 2,048 x 1,536 pixel resolution, all the while running a custom app on top of Google’s Android operating system, which is known as MIUI.
One ought to take note that the Xiaomi Mipad is touted to be one of the first few devices that will ship with the NVIDIA quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 processor which boasts of 192-core graphics, while the rest of the hardware specifications include 2GB RAM,16GB of internal memory, 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity, an 8MP camera at the back, a front-facing 5MP shooter, Bluetooth 4.0 support, and stereo speakers, all of them rocking to a 6,700mAh battery.
The asking price? Approximately $240 a pop unlocked, which is good value for money actually when you take all that it comes with into consideration. It remains to be seen whether the Xiaomi Mipad will be released outside of China though.