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Xiaomi Pad 6 Max and Redmi Pad 2 Tipped To Launch In Q3 of 2023

Xiaomi seems to be gearing up for the launch of two new tablets in the third quarter of 2023.

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It appears that Xiaomi is preparing to release several new devices, including tablets, in the near future. A recent leak suggests that Xiaomi and its sub-brand, Redmi, are planning to launch four devices in the third quarter of 2023, according to the source Digital Chat Station.

As per the report, Xiaomi is expected to release Xiaomi MIX Fold 3, Redmi K60 Ultra, Redmi Pad 2, and Xiaomi Pad 6 Max. Although MIX Fold 3 is confirmed to launch in August, it’s unclear if the other devices will also launch around the same time. 

Xiaomi Pad 6 Max leak

Xiaomi Group President Lu Weibing announced yesterday that the next-gen Xiaomi MIX Fold 3 will be unveiled in August. He stated that the upcoming foldable device will be slimmer and sturdier than its previous model. In the next few weeks, we can expect to receive more information about Xiaomi’s upcoming devices. Until then, let’s take a look at what we know about Xiaomi Pad 6 Max and Redmi Pad 2 so far. 

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Xiaomi Pad 6

The Xiaomi Pad 6 offers a fantastic value. Even though it's quite affordable, it offers tons of flagship features like a metal body, a pretty 144Hz display, powerful hardware, and up-to-date software. You can get it with a keyboard and pen - however, some features like a fingerprint scanner are missing.

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Xiaomi Pad 6 Max: All We Know So Far

The international release of Xiaomi’s latest flagship tablet, the Pro version, has not happened yet. However, there is now a chance that fans of the tablet may be able to look forward to a new and possibly even more advanced version called the Max. Although one might expect it to be called the Pad 6 Ultra, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (Bluetooth SIG) confirms it is named the Max.

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However, it should be noted that the “Xiaomi Pad 6 Max” has not yet been certified by the Group. The only mention of this tablet so far includes Chinese text indicating a “Smart Touch Keyboard”. This is likely why the approved Bluetooth version for this tablet is 5.1, instead of at least 5.2 like the existing Pad 6 devices.

A new leak of a wireless accessory includes a possible Xiaomi model number (23078KB5BC). This has led to rumors that a successor to the Pad 5 Pro 12.4 may be in the works and could be even bigger. The leak appeared on the Bluetooth SIG website.

Also Read: Xiaomi Pad 6 vs Galaxy Tab S8

Redmi Pad 2: 3C Certification

To export products to China, the China Compulsory Certificate (3C) is mandatory. The Redmi Pad 2 has been 3C certified and will include an MDY-09-EK/ER charger that supports fast charging up to 18W. The listing mentions that the MDY-09-EM charger can support fast charging up to 22.5W. However, it appears that the Redmi Pad 2 may only support 18W charging like its predecessor, the Redmi Pad, even with the 22.5W charger provided.

According to The Tech Outlook, the Redmi Pad 2 has a global edition with the model number 23073RPBFG, while the Chinese edition is identified by the model number 23073RPBFC. The global version has been approved by certification platforms in Singapore, Indonesia, and Europe, and can be found in the FCC’s database under the model number 20373RPBFL. Information about the device can also be found in the databases of TUV Rheinland and Geekbench. The Chinese version of the device has recently been seen at 3C.

The company hasn’t stated the specifications for their upcoming tablet yet, but there are leaks and tips available. The Redmi Pad 2 may have a display size between 10 to 11 inches with an LCD panel, a 2K resolution, and a 90Hz refresh rate. It might feature an 8MP rear camera, a 5MP selfie camera, and run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 SoC with an 8,000mAh battery that has 18W charging technology.

Currently, there is no confirmed release date for the Redmi Pad 2. However, reports suggest that it may be launched in the third quarter of 2023, potentially coinciding with the debut of the Redmi K60 Ultra. Stay tuned with us to know more! 

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