200.20 x 120.30 x 7.90
Battery capacity (mAh)
Screen size (inches)
Pixels per inch (PPI)
Qualcomm Snapdragon 660
Wi-Fi standards supported
Ambient light sensor
Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 Full Specification
Tablets are almost dead almost every brand except Apple and to a lower extent Samsung seem to have given up on them Xiaomi seems to be yet another exception their fourth generation knee pad is here and today let’s unbox it and take a quick look hey guys I am Ankit from Review Planet as always hard to give away a link in description below and also down there is the bell icon click on that to make sure you get notified every time a new post goes live you’re on Review planet attack let’s now get started. So, here’s the box the Mi pad for comes in opening it up we’ve got the Mi pad for itself let’s remove the protective plastic the metal feels nice and hand we then have an ejector pen a USB type-c cable the regular booklets and a 10 watt travel adapter yep again had to flip footage to make it legible that’s how we do things here on tech jokes apart let’s get back to them he fought for from a design standpoint. It feels very different to what Xiaomi has been doing all these years and the reason I feel this because Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 is trying to cater to a different demographic with this one what am I ranting about let me explain how the first three knee pads were aimed at an audience who’d want to browse read bugs little bit of productivity here. And there now this one is focused on the end users who’d want to consume media you know to watch the video and play games and all that I mean think about it for a minute let’s first start with the major change like the first major change the display. Now the four by three aspect ratio from the old me pads was great for reading but this 16 by 9 we get with a Mi pad for it’s better for videos you know what else was better for text resolution yep for the first time.
Display and Design
Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 details have cranked the resolution down its full HD now so this means the first generation me pad higher resolution screen than this one but again for videos it really won’t make a lot of difference you know, it’s still full HD most videos we consume is on full HD the lower resolution screen. This is also meaning the GPU performance should be better with gaming oh wait I’m kind of getting ahead of myself let’s talk about specs in a bit now for the media focus Xiaomi has brought back the micro SD slot which they removed with Mi pad – so that’s welcome news then there’s also an LTE variant so you get to add a SIM card here with that this is not the LD variant. But if you bought one you cut the headphone jack has retained which should be a given but since Xiaomi has been removing it on all me grounded products leaving it on the red nice but removing it on aims I thought it was worth mentioning given that this is a mean pad for the speakers have also been moved from the back to the bottom. And are super loud yep there’s 2 of them and they are very loud with no distortion I absolutely love these speakers so when I dislike the reduction resolution I like the other changes here from a physical standpoint the Mi pad 4 is easier to hold it’s much narrower than its predecessors and I also happen to like the chamfered edges the speaker the weight and thickness that have both gone up a bit but aren’t really noticeable as far as the internals go with every generation. Xiaomi is gone with a different brand genuine was Nvidia gen 2 Intel Gen 3 MediaTek and now finally it’s constant we’ve had 5 with Exynos anyone now jokes apart we’ve gotten a Snapdragon 616 running the show here with three or four gigs of ram to go along with 32 or 64 gigs of onboard storage there’s a six thousand milliamp-hour battery backing. And if you like the latest phone so you can check here.
This one up well the battery capacity has gone down by 10 per cent the use of a low-resolution display and a Snapdragon chip should theoretically offset that the Snapdragon 660 it’s an excellent ship we’ve seen it on some phones in the past the performance feels good on the software side of things. We’ve got Mi UI 9.5 on top of Android 8 Oreo mean white NS expected soon meanwhile on the Mi pad hasn’t really changed. Since Gen 1 when at least when compared to me UI on phones we just changed a lot so it has gotten its quirks but also happens to be super stable in my time with this tablet there wasn’t any lag jumping between outs watching movies.
Camera and Performance
It was all clean and smooth experience now using gestures to navigate that was also there that was a breeze I really liked it especially on this kind of a display now as far as the cameras go well they are tablet cameras so no big expectations here 13-megapixel f-22 the back 5-megapixel selfie shooter to the front row are the pictures what do you think. How do you think they fared let me know in the comments below with that let’s start pricing the MEAP at four starts at ten ninety-one in China that’s about 160 US dollars or 11,000 Indian rupees well I don’t like the cut end resolution can’t really complain about a Snapdragon 616 this price point there’s no way we can right seem like great bang for the buck? From Xiaomi now Xiaomi did bring the first generation me pad to India the Intel one didn’t really do well Xiaomi can’t sell media tech in India so that ruled out the Mi pad 3 but given snapdragon on this one maybe just maybe Xiaomi might bring it to India but here’s the big question does anyone still care about tablets now if this came to India at 11 or 12 thousand rupees would you buy it let me know in the comments below so I guess that’s it for this quick unboxing and hands-on with Xiaomi is new Mi Pad 4 For you guys.