Redmi has officially announced that it will unveil the Redmi Turbo 3 and the Redmi Pad Pro tablet in China on April 10. This marks the third tablet under the Redmi brand, following the Redmi Pad and Redmi Pad SE. Here’s a glimpse of what to anticipate from the Pro variant.

Design and Key Features of Redmi Pad Pro: The Redmi Pad Pro is depicted with compatibility for accessories such as a keyboard and stylus. Its back panel showcases dual camera rings, while its edges reveal four speakers, a USB-C port, and a 3.5mm audio jack. Color options include black, white, and light violet.

According to leaks from tipster Digital Chat Station on Weibo, the Redmi Pad Pro will feature a 12.1-inch LCD panel with a 2.5K resolution and a high refresh rate. It’s powered by a hefty 10,000mAh battery and will run on HyperOS-based Android out of the box. The leak also suggests a 4nm chipset under the hood, boasting an AnTuTu score of around 650,000. However, Redmi is yet to officially confirm the specifications.

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Poco’s Role: Historically, many Poco devices have been rebranded or slightly modified versions of Redmi devices. Speculation is rife that Poco might introduce the Redmi Turbo 3 as the Poco F6 in the global market. Moreover, there are indications that the Redmi Pad Pro could mark Poco’s debut in the tablet segment globally.

Evidence of Poco’s Entry: A Poco tablet with the model number 2405CPCFBG was initially spotted in the EEC certification database. Additionally, the FCC recently approved a stylus by Poco, presumably for an upcoming tablet. While it’s not confirmed, it’s plausible that the first Poco tablet could be based on the Redmi Pad Pro. Further details are awaited, and it’s advisable to stay tuned for more reports regarding the Poco tablet.


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