If you have fetish for large displays and high-end features, both the Xiaomi MiPad 2 and Apple iPad Mini 4 are apt choices. Deciding to buy any one of the tablets is a confusing choice but to help you make a viable decision, read the discussion below to know which tablet is better. Also read this.

Xiaomi Mi Pad 2

Expected to be launched on Nov. 27, the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 has a lavish size, measuring 7.89 x 5.22 x 0.28 inches. Weighing a mere 0.71 pounds, the tablet doesn’t put too much stress on your fingers when held in hand for hours, reports Tech Times.

Check out its crystal clear display enhanced with IPS LCD capacitive screen that has multitouch the advantage. Powered by Android OS and with a quad-core 2.2GHz for its CPU, the tablet’s a delight to work on when performing office tasks.

The most interesting aspect is the device’s 6, 190 mAH battery that supports 12 hours of talk time at a stretch. What more can you can possibly desire when you know the tablet offers up to 649 hours of standby time and 100 more hours for music play!

Apple iPad Mini 4

The Apple iPad Mini 4 was announced back in September and it’s still a sensation. With dimensions of 8.0 x 5.31 x 0.24 inches and at 10.55 ounces in weight, the tablet’s everything you wish for. It packs an LED-backlit IPS LCD display with capacitive touchscreen bolstered by 16 million colours.

Let your child play video games on the device since the screen’s made out of scratch-resistant glass with an oleophobic coating on it. Enjoy talk time of up to 10 hours, thanks to its non-removable 5, 124 mAH Li-Ion battery.

Some of the other more significant and common features include 2 GB RAM, an 8 MP rear camera with 1080p video support and display with 2,048 x 1, 536 resolution.

So, if you’re looking for a lucrative deal, the Xiaomi tablet costs a mere US$155 (AU$214) compared to Apple’s tablet ranging between US$399 (AU$551) and US$599 (AU$828). Nevertheless, going by features like expandable storage option and amazing front camera, the Apple iPad Mini wins the battle.

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