The only other company aside from Samsung and Huawei who are releasing decent tablets is Xiaomi. With the recent release of their Mi Pad 4, the company has proven to take an interest in the tablet market and it looks like they are not stopping with just the base tablet models and released the Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 Plus
The company quietly introduced the new tablet in China which comes with a larger 10.1-inch FHD IPS LCD display with a pixel density of 224 PPI but other than just a bigger screen, it does not have different specs when compared to the base model. It still comes with a Snapdragon 660 processor and comes in two configurations of 4GB RAM 64GB storage and 4GB RAM 128GB storage. On the back, you will find a 13MP sensor which supports HDR and beautification while the front houses a 5MP sensor with face unlock and HDR support. Powering the device is a huge 8,620mAh battery which the company claims can offer 16 hours of video playback and it comes with Android 8.1 alongside MIUI 9 out of the box.
The Mi Pad 4 Plus will go on sale in China starting 18 August 2018 and will cost 1,899 Yuan for the 64GB storage variant and 2,099 Yuan for the 128GB storage.