On the Geekbench test, the Mi Pad 2 with the Intel chipset scored a 985 on the single-core test, with a multi-core tally of 3268. The original Xiaomi Mi Pad went through the same test in 2014, and powered by the Tegra K1, it produced results of 1113 (single-core) and 3481 points (multi-core).
The Mi Pad 2 will probably sport the same 7.9-inch glass used on the original model. We could see it unveiled at the same time that the Xiaomi Mi 5 is unwrapped. The latest rumor is that this will take place on December 3rd.
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source: Geekbench via PhoneRadar