Xiaomi Mi Pad 2

Daily Deals: Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 $193 & Redmi Note 3 $193

Two of Xiaomi’s latest releases the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 an 8″ Atom X5 Z8500 Tablet with Android or Windows 10 and the new Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 32GB version are on sale at GearBest. With coupon Pad2WSX, the Mi Pad 2 price drops to $193 for the 16GB Android version. This is currently the cheapest price on the internet. And the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3, a 4G dual sim Helio X10 powered mobile with 3...[Read More]

Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 Announced

Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 is now official and yes, as the rumors suggested it’s running an Atom X5 Z8500, 2GB of Ram. Windows 10 or Android 5.1. 7.9 inches 2048 x 1536 IPS screen and only 6.95mm thin. USB Type-C port. 6190 mAH battery and a light 322 grams. Without a doubt this looks like it could be the best 7.9- 8″ tablet with an all metal housing, laminated display. The storage options are 16...[Read More]

Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 Teased. Official Announcement 24th

Xiaomi has finally teased an image (above) of a tablet with a rear facing camera that looks similar to the Mi Pad but in metal. They have a big announcement on the 24th with a new mobile with a  fingerprint sensor as well as “other announcements” which is where the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 fits in. It’s rumored to be a dual boot, I hope it is. It would be great to see Xiaomi’s take ...[Read More]

Xiaomi MI PAD 2 Might Just Be Real Afterall

The long rumored Mi Pad 2, just got more real recently with an alleged MiPad 2 benchmark popping up on Geekbench 3 with an Atom X5 Z8500. Unlike the first MiPad which is Android only, the MiPad is rumored to be a dual boot device, no doubt due to sliding Android tablet sales. This test was run Android 5.1 and the device tested has 2GB of Ram. The X98 Pro has 4GB, and Xiaomi choose to run with only...[Read More]

No Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 announced today, just a 4k TV…

Xiaomi were rumored to be launching the Mi Pad 2, an Atom X5 tablet today. But it turns out it’s just a 60″ 4K TV with some crazy specs. All the hype for nothing. Let the rumors keep spreading, But they are meant to be working on a dual boot tablet, cashing in on the dual boot sales I guess? I will try and keep an eye on the Chinese news site if Google translate stops playing up on me.

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