Xiaomi is returning to claim its spot on the tablet market soon this year. The Chinese giant is planning a comeback with not one, but three tablets. According to a leak by a Twitter user, xiaomiui, three models were revealed, codenamed “Enuma”, “Elish”, and “Nabu” with model numbers K81, K81A, and K82 respectively.

The tablets will feature IPS displays with a 2560 x 800 resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. These displays will have a brightness level of 410 nits. Furthermore, the tablet codenamed “Enuma” will feature a 48MP primary rear camera while the other two will get a 12MP primary rear camera. All the models will have a rear quad-camera setup including an ultrawide camera, a macro camera, and a depth camera.

“Enuma” and “Elish” will be powered by a Snapdragon 870 SoC while the “Nabu” will have a Snapdragon 860 processor. Apart from these, the tablets will have NFC, quad speakers, wireless charging, and ultra-fast charging. "Nabu" is presumed to be a lite version of K81 or "Enuma", probably making it the cheapest among the three. All three tablets are expected to launch under the Mi Pad lineup and run MIUI based on Android out of the box.

A China launch is anticipated before a global release, though there is no further information as of now.

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