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Xiaomi, the leading smartphone company in Nepal, has announced the launch of Redmi pad in Nepal. Xiaomi promises an all-in-one device for fun with the launch of Redmi Pad.  It is the first tablet under the Redmi sub-brand.

Speaking at the launch, the Country General Manager, Xiaomi Nepal, Amit Kumar Panda, said: “We are delighted to announce the launch of Redmi Pad, the first tablet under the Redmi sub-brand. Redmi brings you yet another amazing product for our innovation loving consumers who like to play in the budget friendly belt.”

Redmi Pad is built around a 10.61-inch screen with a 2K resolution, Panda, explained the device's features. Under the hood, Redmi Pad packs the new Helio G99 from MediaTek. The chip is paired with up to 6GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. The device's storage can be extended to 1TB using an SD card.

"The high performing Redmi Pad is flagship level sleek and stylish device that houses 8,000mAh long lasting battery. Above all, the Redmi Pad has 90Hz refresh rate which is not something you see in a budget tablet,” he said.

Redmi Pad provides a buttery smooth viewing experience with 90Hz refresh rate. Browsing, scrolling, and gaming will feel snappier. For binge-watching exciting content, users' eye comfort and protection are also ensured, with the device being accredited with a low light certification by TÜV Rheinland and becoming the first tablet in the world to receive SGS low visual fatigue certification, according to the company statement.

Redmi Pad has Dolby Atmos-supported quad speakers on the audio front to ensure an immersive experience. Choose whether to listen with earphones or on the powerful stereo speakers whenever you need to jump on a group call or share entertainment with those around you.

Meanwhile, its 8MP 105°ultra-wide front camera placed horizontally is specially designed for group video calls. FocusFrame technology can automatically switch to a wider view when multiple people show up to keep people in the centre of the video frame.

Behind Redmi Pad’s versatility and smooth experience is the MediaTek Helio G99 processor. Built on the highly efficient 6nm processor, the advanced chipset ensures buttery smoothness in handling apps and everyday activities. Equipped with this flagship-level processor technology, Redmi Pad brings a high-end experience to more users with exceptional performance and high-power efficiency.

8,000mAh battery that lasts all day. Redmi Pad supports 18W fast charging and comes with a 22.5W in-box charger, which guarantees endless fun for marathon gaming, movie watching or hours-long photo shooting.

The high-quality metal unibody design of the Redmi Pad is yet another way it stands out among competitors in this price bracket. Along with a great in-hand feel is its premium build quality. Redmi Pad measures only 7.05mm thin and weighs just 445g.

The sleek, stylish pad is available in Graphite Gray, Moonlight Silver, and Mint Green. The 6GB+128GB pad sells for Rs34,999, according to the company.

SPECIFICATIONS

Design

Dimensions: 250.38mm x 157.98mm x 7.05mm²

Weight: 445g²

High-quality metal unibody design

 

Display

 

90Hz 10.61" LCD display

1200 x 2000 resolution

90Hz refresh rate

Brightness: 400nits (typ)

Over 1 billion colors

1500:1 contrast ratio

Built-in blue light reduction

 

Performance

 

MediaTek Helio G99, 6nm advanced process

Up to 2.2GHz

LPDDR4X + UFS 2.2

3GB+64GB, 4GB+128GB, 6GB+128GB

 

Battery & Charging

 

8,000mAh (typ) large battery

18W fast charging

22.5W in-box charger

 

Camera

 

8MP main camera

8MP ultra-wide front camera

 

Audio

 

Quad speakers

Dolby Atmos®

 

Operating System

MIUI for Pad

 

Colors

Graphite Gray, Moonlight Silver, and Mint Green

 

 


 

 

 

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