Xiaomi Pad 7 & Pad 7 Pro receives EEC certification

Xiaomi Pad 7 series is likely to power Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset
An undated image of Xiaomi Pad 6. — Xiaomi Store Honduras
An undated image of Xiaomi Pad 6. — Xiaomi Store Honduras

Xiaomi is reportedly working over its new tablet lineup including Pad 7 and Pad 7 Pro models. Recently, it has achieved a great milestone as both of these models get certified by Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) on June 7. This milestone marks the impending launch of both the models which would greatly impact the global tablet market soon.

According to XiaomiTimes, the new Pad 7 series is expected to include the following devices:

  1. Xiaomi Pad 7
  2. Model: 24091RPADG
  3. Codename: uke
  4. Xiaomi Pad 7 Pro
  5. Model: 2410CRP4CG
  6. Codename: muyu


The Xiaomi Pad 7 Pro would be available in a 12.45-inch big LCD screen with 144Hz refresh rate, likely to power the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset with 120W wired enhanced charging. Moreover, it's substantially the best option to capture your special moments in a 50 MP dual rear camera setup, with dual-core batteries as well as a quad-speaker system.


One of the best features of yet-to-be launched Pad 7 series is its compatibility with Xiaomi SU7, which would enable all the users to ascend the tablet in a back row as entertainment screen and provides you access to native car systems via Pengpai OS and perform different actions as it supports approximately 30 vehicle functions.

Performance and pricing

The upcoming model is expected to be introduced with an enhanced overall performance, the Snapdragon 870 which is available in its predecessors would be removed and a robust Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip would be integrated to support it. Its starting price would be $345, which is an affordable option for the users to get such a great device at a discounted price.