Apple and Samsung are leading the global tablet market, but apparently Xiaomi also wants to gain a foothold in the market with the introduction of three powerful new high-end tablets.
Examining the MIUI 12.5 UI codes shows that we should probably wait for the three new Xiaomi tablets with the enuma, nabu and elish codes to come to market. All three passwords are associated with the isPad, indicating that some MIUI applications have features designed for use on the tablet. In addition to the version, the MIUI Home application alpha is designed with new settings for the system navigation demo on the tablet.
It seems that the enuma and elish code names are different types of a tablet model, the first with the model number with the last letters K81 and the second with the model number with the last letters K81A. At the same time, apparently, the code name nabu indicates the introduction of a product different from the other two models, whose model name ends with the letters K82.
According to the information obtained, Enuma apparently supports voice calls, while elish and nabu do not. As a result, only the enuma tablet is expected to support 4G LTE / 5G connectivity.
All three passwords can be viewed in the MIUI settings application with the help of isSplitTablet. The source code analysis was done by the XiaomiUI Telegram Group and a Xiaomi analyst named kacskrz, and indicates that all three devices will likely use standard 16-by-10 aspect ratios.
According to informed sources, the display resolution of all three devices is 2560 by 1200 pixels, and all three new tablets will use an IPS LCD display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The Nabu tablet will likely feature a 10.97-inch display with dimensions of 236 x 148 mm. According to an analyst named kacskrz, this device may be equipped with a 8720 mAh battery.
Apparently, all three new Xiaomi tablets will use Snapdragon 8 series chipsets. Enuma and Elish models will probably come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8250. This means that one of the tablets will probably have a Snapdragon 865, 865 Plus or 870 Qualcomm chip, and the third tablet, the Nabu, will ship with the Snapdragon 8150 chipset. In this regard, it will be equipped with one of the Snapdragon 855, 855 Plus or 860 Qualcomm chips. Qualcomm’s newest and best chip, the Snapdragon 888, will apparently not be used in any of Xiaomi’s tablets.