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Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 is such an amazing product that with just the release of its news, the whole world went crazy. Although it was said to be released in the month of August, the leaked footage of the same has already forced tech mongers to go wild. According to leaked footage of Xiaomi Mi Pad 5, it is furnished with a rear camera of square rectangular shape located in the upper left corner in the back portion. The leaked image confirms the fact that Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 resembles the iPad Pro much like the images of it that went around the web previously.

According to the earlier circulation of the images of Mi Pad 5, the gadget, particularly in terms of the back camera, has a design that is very similar to that of Mi 11. The back camera features a rectangular, big eye arrangement. Apart from this, the official logo of the brand, Xioami also gets featured at the back of the new Mi Pad 5. The footage also reveals the fact that the gadget will probably come with a metal middle frame and a back shell made of glass.

The upcoming Mi Pad 5 has a 10.95-inch LCD display. This display, in all probability, will be supplied by TCL Huaxing. The display has a resolution of 2560*1600 and a refresh rate of 120Hz. Not only this but the product is also equipped to support a control sampling rate of 240hz apart from supporting a touch control level of 4096.

The recently leaked image also suggests that the front portion of Mi Pad 5 will feature a non-opening full-screen technology. The camera at the front is enclosed in the screen frame and the look bears resemblance to that of the iPad Air 4.

The Mi Pad 5 is also expected to come with stylus function support as well as with a handled PC mode. The gadget may also support the opening of multiple windows at a time. Along with this, the company has already declared the launch of the Redmi Note 10T on Amazon.

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