Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro key specs officially teased ahead of it’s launch on 22nd February

The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi yesterday announced that its upcoming Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro will make its debut in China on 22nd February 2024. This tablet will be launched alongside the Xiaomi 14 Ultra smartphone. Recently the official promo pic of this tablet leaked online which revealed a few of its specs.

Today Xiaomi has officially teased a few of the key highlights of Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro.

As officially confirmed by the brand, the tablet will run on HyperOS out of the box. It will be the first Xiaomi Pad to support Wi-Fi 7 and will be equipped with 5GHz+5GHz MLO concurrency technology. It will be backed by a 10000 mAh battery that will support 120W fast charging. The tablet will feature a 12.4-inch display.

Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro is expected to sport a 3K LCD that offers a 144 Hz refresh rate. While Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor might power it. It is said that this tablet could be priced higher than the Xiaomi Pad 6 tablet.

Apart from its China release, the Xiaomi Pad 6s Pro could also debut in the global markets as it was recently spotted on Indonesia’s SDPPI certification website. However, Xiaomi is expected to reveal the global launch, after the tablet makes its debut in China.

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