Aside from the Mix Fold 3, the other major announcement Xiaomi revealed at the event in China is the Pad 6 Max, its largest-ever tablet. Compared to the Pad 6 and the China-only Pro model, the Pad 6 Max boasts a huge 14-inch IPS display that also has a 144hz refresh rate and gets a more immersive 8-speaker system to complement it.
Because of the huge screen estate, Xiaomi optimized MIUI 14 on the Pad 6 Max to offer a 4-way split screen feature to maximize its productivity potential. This also allows the Pad 6 Max to have a bigger folio keyboard that features a trackpad for a laptop-like experience.
The giant tablet is also powerful, as the Pad 6 Max comes with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor that’s paired with up to 16GB RAM and up to 1TB of storage. Thermal management should not be an issue, as the large size of the Pad 6 Max allows it to pack a 15839mm2 vapor chamber for heat dissipation.
As for the cameras, the Pad 6 Max features a 20-megapixel selfie camera that’s accompanied by a ToF sensor and a dual rear camera setup that consists of a 50-megapixel main camera and a 2-megapixel depth sensor.
To power the whole tablet, the Pad 6 Max has a 10000mAh battery that supports 67w wired charging and 33w reverse wired charging–the latter allowing it to function as a fast-charging power bank. To manage battery life, the Pad 6 Max utilizes Xiaomi’s Surge G1 chip.
The Xiaomi Pad 6 Max is priced at CNY 3799(~Php 30k) for the 8GB/256GB model, CNY 3999(~Php 32k) for the 12GB/256GB model, CNY 4399(~Php 35k) for the 12GB/512GB model, and CNY 4799(~Php 38k) for the 16GB/1TB model. The keyboard is priced at CNY 799(~Php 8k), while the stylus is priced at CNY 499(~Php 4k).