Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 is getting closer and closer to the Old Continent

Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 is getting closer and closer to the Old Continent
Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 is getting closer and closer to the Old Continent

Last month Xiaomi returned to the tablet sector by launching two very interesting models such as Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 e Mi Pad 5 Pro and heralding their arrival in the future also in the global market.

For September 15, the Chinese giant is planning a new event and among its protagonists there could also be the international versions of these two tablets (at the moment there are no official confirmations in this regard).

The arrival in Europe of Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 could be imminent

Although there is still no certain date for the launch of a global variant of Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 and Mi Pad 5 Pro, in the past few hours a sort of confirmation has arrived that we are still approaching the time when they will actually be marketed: Xiaomiui on Twitter, in fact, has published the following unboxing video of a model provided by a Belarusian retailer.

And NSV, the retailer in question, has already published a page dedicated to the sale of the Xiaomi tablet on its website (you can find it by following this link), currently only available for pre-order.

This video shows a white box for the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 that looks decidedly thicker than that seen for the Chinese variant of the tablet and the reason could be the inclusion of some accessories, such as a charger and a USB cable.

On the NSV Instagram page, the tablet is shown in two colors (white and black) and the price of the version with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of integrated memory is also indicated, equal to the exchange rate of about 400 euros.

To find out if this will be the official price in Europe of Xiaomi MI Pad 5 we will have to wait for information from the Chinese manufacturer and it will probably be enough to be patient just a few days.

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