Redmi Pad Pro spotted on China’s 3C, Could launch as POCO globally


Xiaomi is set to unveil the Redmi Pad Pro in China soon. Now, a new certification sighting may have hinted at its global release as well. However, this upcoming tablet won’t simply launch as the Redmi Pad Pro but could arrive as a new POCO-branded device. So here are all the details.

Redmi Pad Pro may launch globally as a POCO tablet

Redmi Pad Pro

A new POCO tablet was previously spotted in the EEC database carrying the 2405CPCFBG model number. However, a tablet carrying the 2405CRPFDC model number recently surfaced on China’s 3C certification platform. This device is expected to be the Redmi Pad Pro in China. But looking at these two model numbers, it appears that the Redmi Pad Pro could be the first-ever POCO-branded tablet for the global market. This is also in line with one of our recent reports as well.

The 3C database confirmed support for 33W wired fast charging since it was listed with the MDy-16-ED charging adapter that offers 15W (5V/3A), 27W (9V/3A), and 33W (11V/3A) charging outputs. Just last week, a stylus by POCO was certified by the FCC. It is worth noting that this is still just speculation at the moment, and there is no official confirmation from the brand.

Redmi Pad Pro

To recall, the Redmi Pad Pro will be unveiled in China on April 10. Based on what we know so far, it will sport a 12.1-inch LCD panel that offers a 2.5K resolution. Under the hood, a massive 10,000mAh battery pack could power this device. The base Redmi Pad and Redmi Pad SE model may offer 18W fast charging, while the Pro model features 33W fast charging. You can click here to check out the rumor roundup for the Redmi Pad Pro.



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