Today, a suspected prototype drawing of the upcoming Mi Pad 5 has been revealed in which the structure of the entire tablet, its material, and its functional components got exposed. It can also be seen that the tablet has the codename K82, which belongs to Mi Pad 5.
On the display side, it can be seen that the screen’s bezels are very thin and also seems improved if compared with the old Mi Pad 4. On the top, there are two holes in which one of them would be used for placing the front camera, while the second one will be used for placing the brightness sensor.
The tablet is also equipped with a camera module which is almost the same as in Mi 11 flagship phone. On the left side, we have a dedicated interface that might connect a physical keyboard or a protective cover. Apple has been using the same technology for a long time for connecting an external keyboard to its iPad.
On the right side, we also got a wireless charging port for stylus (only) marked with a nano-injection technology. In addition to that, both volume buttons and the power button are also placed on the right side.
The tablet has four speakers in which two of them are placed at the top, while the other two are placed at the bottom side. Moreover, a USB Type-C port for charging is also located at the bottom.
As per previous news, it is known that Mi Pad 5 will be available in three versions. One of them is K82 (codename) which is expected to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 860 chipset and a 2K resolution display with a 120Hz refresh rate. In terms of software, the latest MIUI 12.5 is expected to be run on this device.
Currently, we have no official information regarding the existence of any new tablet coming from Xiaomi.