expired Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 4GB+64GB US $226.92 (~AU $334.57) Delivered @ Banggood

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Price in title inclusive of GST - Select HK warehouse & apply coupon at checkout.

Main Features:

Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 Octa Core up to 2.2GHz
Snapdragon 660 is build up with 4 x 2.2GHz & 4 x 1.84GHz octa cores and 14nm size for power-saving.

8 inch IPS Sharp Screen
1920 x 1200 FHD resolution,283 ppi brings you high contrast and more vivid visual experience.

4GB RAM 64GB ROM
4G large RAM to keep system running properly. Also 64G ROM can fully support all your apps and media needs

5.0MP front camera + 13.0MP AF rear camera
It helps you to take charming selfie by 5MP front cam with “beauty mode”and"HDR mode" and clear photos of the world by 13MP rear cam with auto focus, HDR Mode and AI Face Recognition.

AI Face Recognition
Look at Mi Pad 4 normally,and you can unlock your Mi Pad 4 in a flash,so quick and safe for you.

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Comments

    • +5 votes

      No it's not unless I'm missing something? Cheapest standard version is $238.13 US inc GST and cheapest LTE is $263.98 US inc GST.

      Besides Xiaomi have no official presence on AliExpress.

    • +4 votes

      Have you got a link? I checked AliExpress before posting and this was the cheapest once you added GST.

    • +20 votes

      I'm wrong.

    • +6 votes

      There is no official xiaomi store on AliExpress they just use the word xiaomi ad their name.

  • +1 vote

    Mi bad. Didn't 🙃 4G in title.

  • -2 votes

    I am writing for the 10 inch of this to get a price cut

  • +1 vote

    Is there a better android tablet for $300 ish out there atm?

    • +1 vote

      Depends on the size you're after. This is about as good as it gets for 8" tablets though.

      I bought one of these a few months ago and it's been rock solid once I got it setup. Note that these do not have an 'international' version, so you'll need to install Google Play manually and a few other things too, but after that you'd never know it was a Chinese model.

      • +1 vote

        I'm guessing this may already have Google Play Store installed going by the pictures in the listing.

        Product description mentions

        Supports multi language and Google Play app, but not OTA update.

        • +2 votes

          If not it is easy to side load Google Play store.

          If it doesn't support OTA, sounds like a vendor Rom?

          • +2 votes

            @Fiximol: Yeah it's a Vendor ROM, which honestly isn't very trustworthy as you don't know what they've put in it. I'd always recommend flashing it with the standard Chinese ROM and then installing the stuff you need manually. Or better yet, avoid these dodgy unofficial ROMs altogether and just buy a standard version.

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        how it compare to the samsung models?

    • -1 vote

      Ozbargain dislikes the links from google. Oh well :p

      Lenovo M10 is currently $278 at Officeworks if you want a decent 10 inch tablet with local warranty. For 8 inch tablets you will probably have to import since all the Western market offerings are pretty poor. $200 gets you a Teclast T8 and ~$260 gets you a Lenovo tab 3 8. Both old, but both very good.

    • +1 vote

      I'd say the Huawei mediapad m5 but we all know what's happening with them.

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    i was hoping for a coupon code for the LTE version as well :(

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    Dang, can we get a deal on the cheaper 3GB/32GB model?

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    32gb Model was $300 standard price until recently at Kogan. Sold out now though.

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    No more other pads for me I’m waiting for th Huawei Mate folding tablet.

    • +3 votes

      Not sure that would be an Android tablet though. Or have Wifi, or Bluetooth.

      • +1 vote

        Huawei can still use wifi and Bluetooth in their devices without issues, just not contribute to the development of them or use the official logos. Their new OS will still be android compatible just won’t have google services which can be easily sideloaded same as what you’d be doing with this xiaomi tablet. Seriously the whole thing is blown out of proportions… I’d still get a Huawei device as long as their price is reasonable.

  • +7 votes

    Purchased one in march.

    Great brightness
    Loud speakers
    Decent battery
    Zippy performance.
    Nice screen.

    Would take one over an ipad mini or sammy anyday.

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      Agreed.
      I got the 6 Gb ram, 128gb storage version from gear best awhile ago.
      Happy with everything.

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    is the Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 Plus 10.1" better?

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/422055

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      Depends on how you use it. I have the 10" one, and the main difference is it has a fingerprint sensor. I mainly use it around the house for netflix, so size isn't an issue.. If you're using it outside the 8" might be better as it'll be more portable.

      • +1 vote

        what about in terms of spec?

        I noticed the price of the 10" in that deal was not much more expensive..

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          Specs are the generally the same (i.e. SD660, 13MP Camera etc.), but RAM and storage varies depending on which option you choose. The difference isn't huge (3GB RAM vs. 4GB RAM on some models), but again it depends on how intensively you'll be using it.

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    I'm holding out for some discounts on the 10". For the current price, may as well go with the s5e (after EPP/education discount), with local warranty, newer processor, better screen etc.

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    Can these be easily unlocked and flashed with custom ROMs?

  • +4 votes

    i am currently using this tablet (base model) and I came from ipad mini 4.

    this is one of the latest best 8inch android tablet having good developer roms.

    I am running Havoc Os 2.5 and everything works as expected.

    I will recommend this tablet fi you are looking for portable size.

    I have paid 230 aud for base model few months back during aliexpress sale.

  • +1 vote

    Is this a good upgrade to the original samsung galaxy tab s?

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    I've been trying to find a tablet with a screen bright enough to use outdoors, how would this one stack up?

  • +2 votes

    Just got one of these (32GB storage 3GB RAM version).

    Flashed it with Pixel Experience + Magisk (Magisk was needed to get Netflix working on PE). Absolutely love it.

    Battery life is great, the screen is gorgeous despite the "low" resolution. Speakers aren't amazing but much better than my Nexus 7 2013. Metal body construction is solid and pretty and once you take the stickers off there's very little branding.

    And to my eyes it's damn fast. Very much a worthy replacement for my N7 2013.

  • +2 votes

    if any one looking for a review, I will recommend the following

    https://youtu.be/4HPLRKfO62w

  • -1 vote

    Maybe better off with Band 28 and buying the new Galaxy Tab A 8 2019 for AUD$440 (tobysdeals).

  • -3 votes

    what do dees do, do the appz n stuff?

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    Great little tablet, I was using it for gaming and some media consumption. If you can get it cheap enough I'd recommend going for the LTE model as this one doesn't come with GPS.

    Pros:
    All games I've run well and without issue.
    Fastest android tablet I've used.
    Great screen.
    Sleek despite thick bezels.
    Has a headphone jack.
    Type C charging.
    Great battery life.
    Decent speaker for a small tablet.

    Cons:
    Metal finish is slippery (dropped once and bent the edge).
    8inch 16:10 was fine 5 years ago but phones are not that far off these days.
    Only received 1 update since purchased around 9 months ago.
    UI is odd, gestures are good but other things such as settings menu are out of place.
    Doesn't have widevine L1 for HD Netflix support.
    No HDMI over type C.
    No GPS on wifi version.
    Cameras are just bad.

    • +2 votes

      It's worth noting that the patch level on this tablet, even when fully up-to-date, is 2018-06. This means it hasn't received security fixes past that point.

      This can be solved with a custom ROM, but that's not an option for everyone.

  • +1 vote

    Would be epic to snag one under $300. I need one for work and would rather claim this FY than do depreciation.

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    Hey guys.. Have anyone got their order? Also bangood doesn't provide a proper receipt..!

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