A Redmi Tablet With A 7,800mAh Battery Is Reportedly The Redmi Pad 6 And Has Surfaced On The US FCC!

A Redmi Tablet With A 7,800mAh Battery Is Reportedly The Redmi Pad 6 And Has Surfaced On The US FCC!

Redmi Pad 5 is rumoured to be coming to India soon. The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) database has now revealed the existence of a second tablet bearing the Redmi logo.

Model 22081283G of the tablet is clearly visible. It may have a 7,800mAh battery, according to the listing. MIUI 13 may possibly be compatible with the Redmi tablet.

Dual-band Wi-Fi at 2.4GHz and 5GHz is supported, according to the listing. It may be either the Redmi Pad 6 or the Xiaomi Pad 6, but it is only identified as a Redmi tablet, claims the tipster.

The tablet with the Redmi brand has been entered into the US FCC database. Other information regarding the tablet, such as its name or other specifications, is not mentioned in the US FCC filing. The Redmi tablet has been found to be compliant with the US FCC SAR report. Additionally provided is the tablet’s E-Label.

A Redmi Tablet With A 7,800mAh Battery Is Reportedly The Redmi Pad 6 And Has Surfaced On The US FCC!

This tablet may be the Redmi Pad 6 or the Xiaomi Pad 6, however, it is listed as “any Redmi tablet,” according to tipper Simranpal Singh (@simransingh931).

The Redmi Pad 5 is expected to go on sale in India soon, according to a recent report. According to the rumour, some characteristics, as well as the tablet’s price, have been leaked. In China, the Redmi Pad 5 is rumoured to cost CNY 1,999, or about Rs. 23,400.

The octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC, according to the report, would power the Redmi Pad 5. It is rumoured to have 5G capability and dual 5G support for SA and NSA.

A Redmi Tablet With A 7,800mAh Battery Is Reportedly The Redmi Pad 6 And Has Surfaced On The US FCC!

According to rumours, the Redmi Pad 5 would have a 90Hz refresh rate display and an ultra-linear quad speaker arrangement. The tablet is reportedly powered on MIUI PadOS 13. It is also rumoured to offer 30W ultra-fast charging.

A Sony image sensor with an AI photography function may be available for optics.

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