Xiaomi unveiled the 7.9-inch MiPad 3 tablet


Xiaomi unveiled the 7.9-inch MiPad 3 tablet

Xiaomi unveiled the 7.9-inch MiPad 3 tablet

Since the last time the company Xiaomi introduced a tablet almost two years ago and now this manufacturer China has introduced its new generation tablet yesterday. This tablet, which is called Mi Pad 3, benefits from the design similar to its previous generation, while it has improved in terms of technical specifications. The iPad 3 has a 7.9-inch display with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. This display has various features such as black and white mode, which protects the user’s eyes while reading an e-book and reduces the blue light of the display. As you know, the blue light of the screens has a great negative effect on the eyes and the body system.

Under the device body The MediaTek MT8176 chipset is used along with 4 GB of RAM memory. MiPad 3 has 64 GB of internal memory, which seems sufficient to save the user’s personal files and programs. Unfortunately, this tablet does not have the possibility to upgrade the memory through microSD. Mi Pad 3 has a metal body and will only be available in gold color. The energy required by the device is provided by a 6600 mAh battery.

Also, the iPad 3 has a 13-megapixel camera with an aperture of f/2.2. This camera will not disappoint the user when needed, but generally tablets are not used for photography by users and they prefer to take photos with smartphones. This tablet has Android version 6 Marshmallow, which considering that this version is now outdated, it cannot be considered a strong point for Mi Pad 3. The MIUI 8 user interface is also installed on this device.

Like other Xiaomi products, the new tablet of this company also has a high purchase value. The announced price for this tablet is 1499 Chinese Yuan, equivalent to 220 US dollars, and the sale of this device has started in China today. What do you think about the new Xiaomi tablet?

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