In addition to a wide portfolio of smartphones, the Chinese giant also specializes in tablets. Popular models definitely included devices from the range Mi Pad 4, which have been behind for a few years and the successor is still in sight.
But that may soon change based on new information. An active Chinese leakster revealed to us a new focus of MIUI superstructure developers, which could have something to do with the tablet format and overall devices with a larger screen.
Currently available reports reveal to us that the developers of the popular MIUI superstructure have again focused on system optimization for devices with large screens. From this information, we can easily conclude that Xiaomi wants to revive the tablet segment with new pieces.
It is obvious that after a long time we will see a new line of tablets. The previous devices were a great success among the brand's fans and we believe that it will not be different with the new models. In addition to tablets, we can slowly start looking forward to the ever-expanding folding smartphones.
2021 and folding smartphones
Although 2021 raises many questions about the current situation of the coronavirus pandemic, we are confident in some respects. This year will be one of the breakthroughs in the field of folding smartphones.
We have learned long ago that in 2021, several manufacturers want to fully dedicate themselves to the technology of flexible displays and the associated folding smartphones. Of course, Xiaomi does not lag behind, so this year we will see several models from different manufacturers.
The optimization of the system for large displays makes sense in terms of incoming flexible smartphones. The Chinese giant is slowly preparing for the expansion of these devices, and in preparation it is important to think about debugging the software.
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