Fri. Dec 2nd, 2022
Thanks to this offer, the Xiaomi Pad 5 (256 GB) becomes even more affordable


With the Pad 5, Xiaomi promises a high-end user experience by focusing on high-end features, without paying a high price. At the moment, the 256 GB version sees its price drop below 390 euros.

The Xiaomi Pad 5 in hand

The Xiaomi Pad 5 in hand // Source: Frandroid

Apple-branded tablets continue to dominate the market, but that doesn’t stop other manufacturers from offering equally attractive alternatives. The giant Xiaomi returns to the forefront of the scene after 4 years of absence by presenting the Xiaomi Pad 5. This Android tablet offers a very interesting quality/price ratio and stands out among the most obvious options, especially with 60 discount for the 256 GB model.

The Xiaomi Pad 5 in a nutshell

  • It has a 120 Hz WQHD+ screen
  • It offers great performance thanks to the Snapdragon 860
  • And it will be hard enough to last two or three days.

For the 256 GB version, the Xiaomi Pad 5 is shown at a price of 449.90 euros on the manufacturer’s website, but that is without counting on Cdiscount that offers this model at 389 eurosthat is, 60 euros saved on the bill.


If the offer mentioned in this article is no longer available later, please check below to find other offers for Xiaomi Pad 5 tablet. The table is updated automatically.

a successful comeback

Compared to the market leaders, Apple and Samsung, the Xiaomi Pad 5 is positioned as a real competitor in the mid-range tablet segment. Xiaomi obliges, its tablet offers a very interesting quality/price ratio thanks to its technical data sheet worthy of a premium tablet, but without the high price. Thus we find an excellent 11-inch LCD screen, which shows a WQHD + definition of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels. This provides good immersion in video content, especially as the tablet supports Dolby Vision (HDR) and Dolby Atmos to ensure a good audio experience. To make up for the absence of OLED, the panel offers a refresh rate of 120 Hz, for better fluidity.

In addition to providing great satisfaction on a day-to-day basis, the Xiaomi Pad 5 incorporates a Snapdragon 860. A chip that places the Chinese firm’s device in the category of powerful tablets. And it’s quite a success: this configuration promises good performance either for multitasking, or even launching 3D games with maximum graphics in some cases. This was confirmed in our test: the Pad 5 was more powerful than Samsung’s Galaxy S7 FE, but at a considerably higher price. Plus, with Android 11 and the brand’s own interface, you’ll get an intuitive iOS-like experience.

with few concessions

It also borrows heavily from the Cupertino company’s high-end tablet design, with well-rounded edges and thin borders around the screen. However, on the photography side, it will struggle to compete with the iPad, which has the benefit of offering a LiDAR sensor. You’ll find a simple 13-megapixel main sensor on the back, as well as an 8-megapixel sensor on the front, enough for occasional video calls.

Autonomy is not left aside either, it is misunderstanding Xiaomi. The Chinese firm incorporates a large 8,720 mAh battery, enough for the tablet to last a good day or even two depending on its use. This remains in the average of the tablets on the market, where, for example, a 30-minute Fortnite game will only make you lose 7%. The recharge is done through its USB-C port, but do not trust the speed too much, since it will take just over two hours to be at 100%.

To find out even more, feel free to read our Xiaomi Pad 5 tablet review.

8 /10

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This article was translated from this source written by Mélanie Capelli

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