As you know, we have the Xiaomi Mi Pad tablet and we’re testing it these days, in the 16 GB version. Those of you who want more storage in anticipation of fresh game releases like the new Asphalt or Modern Combat 5 should know that the 64 GB model will arrive on July 22nd.


In the meantime you can have a look at the unboxing of the tablet that we did here, then the tutorial on how to get Google apps on the device here and finally the benchmark roundup. Apparently, this tablet has already sold around 10 million units, if the translation of our source link is correct. That would put the Mi Pad on par with Galaxy Tabs and iPad, so it’s very impressive.

While the regular 16 GB Xiaomi Mi Pad is priced at $240, the 64 GB unit will cost around $273. The rest of the specs stay the same, including 2 GB of RAM and the Nvidia Tegra K1 processor with 192 core GPU. There’s also the 7.9 inch 2048 x 1536 pixel display and the 8 megapixel Sony sensor camera. For starters the 64 GB unit will only come in white.