The market is warming with diverse Android tablets, and there are a horde of them, cajole to mislead you. The charisma of iPads and iPad Minis and the innovative interest in Windows tablets for their efficiency story that keeps the curiosity for many. However there is a new tablet in the market that has managed to attract the consumers rapidly towards it. It’s in India after their blockbusting triumph with their economical and mid-range smartphones in the nation. Hence, let’s have a look into this wonder craft and its many qualities that it showcases to the clients in an elegant way.
Design – This beautiful Mi Pad comes in several color variants in other nations; but in India it comes only in white colour. The sleek plastic frame is perfect with an awesome quality built and a decent grip. It’s heftier and denser than an iPad. It also sports a 7.9-inch IPS LCD display with 2048 x 1536 resolutions. The display is crisp and striking, and the colours are very pulsating. A tablet in such a price segment, the display is extraordinary and outwits any competition otherwise as well.
Price – This beauty is available for INR 12,999 and it’s available on Flipkart.
Software- This tablet runs the newest form of Xiaomi’s MIUI 6, and it is a comprehensive customized version of Android based on Android Kit Kat. The user interface looks great and purposeful with the 4:3 feature displays. The overall UI and the system apps are designed to make use of the larger screen estate and both portrait and landscape orientation of the tablet. Its being modelled on iOS, but moreover it’s one of the most prevalent Android ROMs that has its own set of followers.
Hardware- Powered by an Nvidia Tegra K1 2.2GHz processor and 2GB RAM, the Mi Pad is a firm device, and the performance is ok. There’s no superficiality, and one can enjoy it terrifically. There’s 16GB flash storage on board, with a micro SD card slot as well for further expansion. There’s an 8MP shooter at the back, and a 5MP front camera.
Manufactured with top hardware provisions, decent design credentials, and a spontaneous user experience this new tablet looks like a perfect one on first impressions.