Redmi Pad SE official announcement: 73.2 days of terror standby battery life

igeekphone September 14 news, today’s Redmi Note 13 Pro series has been officially announced on September 21, released together with a new tablet – Redmi Pad SE.

Judging from the official warm-up poster, the Redmi Pad SE looks similar to its predecessor, with a metal integrated body scheme and a large 11-inch eye protection screen.

The most dramatic is that the standby battery life is as long as 73.2 days.

It seems that the machine should be equipped with the same deep sleep mode on the millet tablet 6 series, and the intelligent judgment of the state of the device after opening, minimize the standby energy consumption when idle, and further extend the standby time.

Refuse to pick up, Xiaomi’s internal simulation test data previously found that the 16 hours from 7:00 a.m. to 23:00 are the high-frequency use period of electronic devices, and the screen off time of the mobile phone category is more than 4 hours is already very rare, but the screen off time of the tablet category is generally 13 hours.

There are obvious differences in the use habits of mobile phones and tablets, and tablets do not need to light up frequently and use frequently like mobile phones. When using a tablet, it’s more common to focus on it for a while and then put it aside for a long period of time without using it.

Therefore, Xiaomi draws on the PC power supply strategy, learns user usage habits through multi-sensor fusion monitoring and AI intelligence, automatically senses device status, and systematically controls power consumption services.

According to previous scores, the Redmi Pad SE will be pre-installed with the MIUI 14 operating system based on Android 13, and the core is equipped with Snapdragon 680.

Three memory configurations are available: 4GB+64GB, 4GB+128GB, and 6GB+128GB.

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