- Mi Pad 5 and Mi Pad 5 Pro 3C listing suggests that they will support 67W fast charging
- Mi Pad 5 Lite has also been certified, but it lowers the speed to 33W
- Last, but not least, 3C also tells us that the Mi MIX 4 has a 120W fast charging support
A recent leak told us about some key Mi Pad 5 specifications and design. The tablet’s FCC listing also shed light on some of its features. Now, two Mi Pad 5 variants have been certified by Chinese regulatory authority 3C. The listing (via Myfixguide) tells us more about how fast one can charge the tablets. Two Mi Pad 5 variants (model number M2105K81AC and M2105K81C) will support fast charging at 67W. A third model (21051182C) has also been certified for 33W charging. This is somewhat contrary to the FCC listing that said the tablet’s charging speed would be capped at 22.5W. That’s why we can assume that Xiaomi has three tablets in store for us called the Mi Pad 5 Lite, Mi Pad 5 and Mi Pad 5 Pro.
Mi Pad 5 specifications
Xiaomi’s promotional material told us that one Mi Pad 5 variant would feature a 10.9-inch 2K display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. It will be powered by a Snapdragon 860 chipset. Tipster Abhishek Yadav says that one version will have 48MP triple rear cameras, presumably on the Mi Pad 5 Pro. Another rumour states that the regular Mi Pad 5 will use 20MP + 13MP rear cameras. One of the two will come with an 8,750mAh battery.
Things are further complicated by yet another report which says that one Mi Pad 5 variant will feature a MediaTek Dimensity 1200. Here’s how the Mi Pad lineup could be specced — Mi Pad 5 Pro (Snapdragon 870), Mi Pad 5 (Snapdragon 860), Mi Pad 5 Lite (Dimensity 1200). All three versions should support 5G connectivity and support stylus inputs.
Mi MIX 4 battery specs
Yet another Xiaomi phone has been certified by 3C alongside the Mi Pad. The high-end Mi MIX 4 (model number 2106118C) will support 120W fast charging. Similarly, the lower-end Mi CC 11 (model number 2107119DC) has a battery that can be charged at 33W. It will probably be launched as a mid-range smartphone. We don’t know much about the Mi MIX 4 specifications, but we can expect it to pack flagship-level hardware, as the Mi MIX line of smartphones always did.