Mi Pad 6 Max has been officially confirmed to be launched in China on August 14. Lu Weibing, the company’s president, announced the listing date on Weibo. The tablet will be available next week in a gray color option. The device’s design and some key specifications have also been revealed via the Xiaomi China website. The upcoming product from the Chinese manufacturer will feature a 14-inch display. On the back, it will feature a dual rear camera setup. The tablet was also recently spotted on the Geekbench website.

Xiaomi’s president Lu Weibing Announce On August 14, Mi Pad 6 Max, Mi Mix Fold 3 and Mi Band 8 Pro were released in China. The company also posted a launch page on its official Chinese website. The tablet’s design and some other details have also been teased online. Confirmed to feature a 14-inch display and eight speakers. Additionally, it will feature dual rear cameras and LED flash. The tablet will also have Xiaomi branding on the back panel.

Other than that, the company has not revealed any details about the upcoming Mi Pad 6 Max. However, it recently appeared on Geekbench with the model number 2307BRPDCC. The listing also reveals that the tablet could feature a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC as it was spotted with a 3.19GHz octa-core processor code-named Taro.

Xiaomi’s upcoming tablet is expected to come with up to 12GB of RAM and run Android 13 with MIUI 14 skin. Mi Pad 6 Max scored 1752 points in the single-core test and 4618 points in the multi-core test in Geekbench.

Meanwhile, the design of the Mi Mix Fold 3 has also been teased ahead of its August 14 launch. The successor to the Mix Fold 2 features a Leica-branded quad-camera unit on the rear panel. The phone comes in black and cream tones, with slightly curved corners and a slim design.

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