Xiaomi Pad 6 could arrive with Redmi branding as per FCC listing, key details revealed

After the Xiaomi Pad 5, which debuted last year in August, the company is preparing the successor tablet. The upcoming Xiaomi Pad 6 or maybe Redmi Pad 6 can hit the market anytime soon. Ahead of the official launch, the device has recently made an appearance on the FCC certification website as a Redmi tablet device. As always, the listing has managed to reveal some of the key specs which are as follows.

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The FCC listing gives us a hint of what we can expect from the Redmi tablet. To begin with, the portal confirms the model number 22081283G of the device. The final letter ‘G’ indicates that it will make its way to the global market. Also, it suggests that the device will arrive in the market under the Redmi sub-branding. In addition, it reveals some key details, including the operating system, battery capacity, and connectivity options onboard.

The website verifies that the upcoming tablet by the company will boost the latest stable MIUI 13 out of the box. With this skin iteration, it is likely to come pre-installed with Android 12 OS. The connectivity options will include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Needless to say, there will be more support as well.

Moreover, the website divulges that a 7,800 mAh battery will back up the Xiaomi Pad 6. Like the predecessor, this could be a dual power cell with a rated capacity of 3900 mAh each. However, this is all we can collect from the FCC portal. The rest of the details are still undercover.

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To recall, the same tablet was also spotted on the EEC certification. Besides, some leaks claim that the upcoming Pad 6 lineup will draw power from MediaTek processors. But again, these are just rumors. Now that the device has started emerging online, we can expect the company to make an official announcement soon.

Shivani Sharma
Shivani Sharma
"Do anything, but let it produce joy" Tech freak, Android enthusiast, and a wanderer.


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