After various rumors, the first Realme Pad is a reality. It is a bet that seeks to attract users by its low cost and compact design. As with some of its smartphones, it will first be offered in India and later reach other markets, including Spanish.
While it plays in a completely different category, the Realme Pad features a design reminiscent of the iPad Pro with its straight edges. In addition, it has an aluminum body with a thickness of only 6.9 mm and weighs 440 g. These features combine to give the tablet a sense of quality at a glance.
Indeed, one of the highlights of the Realme Pad is its screen of 10.4 inch. It has a TFT LCD panel with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels and a 5: 3 aspect ratio. Of course, the maximum brightness is 360 nits, something that may be insufficient for outdoor use.
ScreenWUXGA + TFT LCD (2000 x 1200 pixels)ProcessorMediaTek Helio G80Storage32 or 64 GB expandable via MicroSD up to 1 GBMemory3 GB or 4 GBCamera8 MP front
8MP rearBattery 7,100 mAh
18W fast chargeOSAndroid 11: Realme UI for Pad
Realme Pad, an affordable and attractive tablet
The Chinese manufacturer is committed to a MediaTek Helio G80 processor, a chip that has already been seen in mobiles such as the Realme 6i and Realme C3 launched in 2020. There will also be versions with 3 or 4 GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB of storage, with the option to expand the space using MicroSD cards.
As for the photographic section, the Realme Pad has a rear camera of 8 MP that nothing goes unnoticed, since the module in which it is incorporated protrudes slightly from the housing. On the front, hidden in the frame, there is also a sensor from 8 MP for selfies, video conferencing and more.
The company assures that the Realme Pad can play up to 12 hours of videos on YouTube or 65 hours of standby time. This thanks to a 7,100mAh battery that can be charged by fast charging at 18W through the USB-C port.
As mentioned at the beginning, the Realme Pad has been introduced in India, where it can be purchased at a starting price of $ 190 and will begin shipping on September 16. It is scheduled to arrive in Spain at the end of the year, although its price in euros has not yet been revealed.