The China-based IT168 crew recently published a detailed teardown of Xiaomi’s MiPad that was translated by the folks at GizmoChina.
The popular Android tablet – which hit the streets back in May – features Nvidia’s quad-core 2.2GHz Tegra K1 processor, a 7.9-inch 2048 x 1536 display, Atmel’s MXT1664T touchscreen chip, 2GB RAM, 16/64GB of memory, Wifi, 6700mAh battery and a 5mP/8mP Sony dual-camera.
As the IT168 crew notes, the MiPad is made of very sturdy materials, with the tablet’s interior boasting a three-section design covered with plastic for stability and cooling.
“The MiPad uses the most up-to-date chips around including the BCM4354 and Atmel’s T touchscreen chips,” writes Frank Tu of GizmoChina.
“It is also the first appearance of the Tegra K1. The MiPad is probably the most powerful tablet around when it comes to performance.”
Interested in learning more? You can read about Xiaomi’s MiPad on AnandTech here.
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