Xiaomi Pad 5 128GB Price in Kenya and Specifications:
Xiaomi Pad 5 128GB Price in Kenya is Ksh. 46,000. From the moment the Xiaomi Pad 5 screen lights up, you will be immersed in a world of vibrant color and performance. This slick hardware and a great price point make this a true 10.2-inch iPad rival.
Xiaomi Pad 5 Price in Kenya and Full Specification:
|Price in Kenya||Ksh. 46,000|
|Display||11.0 inches, 350.9 cm2|
|Display Resolution||1600 x 2560 pixels, 16:10 ratio (~274 ppi density)|
|Camera||13MP Selfie Camera
8MP Black Camera with Flashlight
|Network||No Cellular Connectivity|
|Stylus support (magnetic)||Yes|
|Chipset||Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 (7 nm)|
|Operating System||Android 11, MIUI 12.5|
|Memory||128 GB ROM + 6GB RAM|
|Battery||Li-Po 8720mAh, non-removable
Fast charging 33W
Power Delivery 3.0
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi, BT, USB|
|Dimension||254.7 x 166.3 x 6.9 mm (10.03 x 6.55 x 0.27 in)|
- Xiaomi Pad 5 Tablet
- 33W charger
- USB cable
Xiaomi Pad 5 Tablet Detailed Features:
Slim, Slick, and Stylish Design
The Pad 5 adopts the design of the Xiaomi Pad 5 Pro and the upcoming Xiaomi Pad 6. With square edges, a slim bezel, and premium materials this is plainly evocative of the iPad Pro aesthetic – and miles ahead of the dated design of the closest comparable Apple’s iPad. The Pad 5 is slick, with a polished finish and a build that feels almost impossibly thin and light for its size – it’s just 6.9mm thick, slimmer than most phones, and weighs only 511g.
The engaging feature of the 11.0-inch large screen is that it flaunts a 120Hz refresh rate, another exceptional touch that you’d not be guaranteed to expect costing this much. This enables smoother animations and increased fluidity across the device – it’s a touch that’s now near-standard across Android phones, so there are good odds you’ve tried it out by now. It will also unlock the potential for framerates above 60fps if you’re a keen gamer.
Home of Entertainment
The Xiaomi Pad 5 packs an 11-Inch IPS LCD, 1B colors, 120Hz, HDR10, Dolby Vision display with narrower bezels than Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 10.5 (2021) for great visual impact when streaming movies or playing games. For sure the 1600 x 2560 Pixels cannot be compared to those of Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 but have a great impact on the pleasant display. For a super experience, the Pad 5 is also packed with impressive quad speakers. Speakers matter much more on a tablet than a phone, as you’re more likely to use them for watching TV or taking video calls. The only complaint about the audio here is, of course, there’s a limit to the bass but for the size of the Pad 5 there’s plenty of audio power, not to mention Dolby Atmos support.
Xiaomi made a wise choice in speccing the Pad 5 effectively maximizing performance without forcing it into a higher price point. One of the key features is the choice to use the Snapdragon 860, an overclocked version of an older Qualcomm flagship chipset. This implies you get sufficient ability to make most regular errands a breeze and keep this capable of playing even demanding games at decent settings, yet you’re not paying extra for the most recent 5G network or AI redesigns. In terms of storage, the 128GB and 256GB models are all paired with 6GB RAM although we would have loved to see an 8GB RAM paired with the 256GB model.
Battery and Charging
The Xiaomi tablet is packed with a Li-Po 8720mAh, a non-removable battery which is one of the most capable in the market as of now. Xiaomi also says that the battery is backed by a 33W charger. Instead, Xiaomi ships the Pad 5 with a 22.5W charger, which is capable of topping the tablet up to 25% in 30min – good for a tablet, but not awe-inspiring. If you have a faster charger around – or don’t mind buying one from us– you can hit faster speeds though.