The long-awaited Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 tablet series was finally launched in China last month after the manufacturer’s long hiatus from the tablet market. The tablet is expected to officially launch on the global market on September 15, and on the eve of the global release of Xiaomi Pad 5, the gadget was spotted on the GeekBench database. In the Geekbench single-core test, the tablet, codenamed M2105K81AC, scored 781, while it scored 2800 in the multi-core test. This is lower than the 997 single-core test score and 3181 multi-core test score scored on GeekBench by the Mi Pad 5 Pro tablet with a Snapdragon 870 processor. Accordingly, the version without the Pro console will be simpler and weaker in terms of performance, but this is probably also will affect the cost of the gadget. And while the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 was released alongside the Mi Pad 5 Pro, we don’t know for sure if Xiaomi will bring the Pro version to the global market.

The tablet features an 11-inch WQHD+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate, four speakers and a dual-cell 8720mAh battery. What’s more, in the Belarusian NSV store. The company recently listed the tablet on its website for 1,199 Belarusian rubles (about $479) for the 6GB RAM and 128GB RAM option. This is much higher than the 1999 yuan price (about $310) for a similar option in China. The official retail price may not be as high, but we do not expect the tablet to be cheaper than in China. Although, of course, I would like equal value.

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