Realme has officially entered the Android tablet market with a new competitively priced premium product. The secret? The use of a MediaTek chip, as well as a good price / quality ratio for your new tablet, the Realme Pad.
The product arrives first in the Indian market and may reach other global markets, including Europe. Until then, we are now getting to know this tablet with metallic construction and premium design, in addition to several work skills.
This is the brand’s new Android tablet, the Realme Pad
The overall look and color schemes of the new Realme Pad Tablet Android.
The Realme Pad is the most powerful and well-built tablet in its price range. That said, the tablet is available in two colors – Real Gold (gold) and Real Gray (grey). Its dimensions are 246.1 x 155.9 x 6.9 mm and it weighs 440 grams.
Next is the main selling point, your screen. In effect, this is a 10.4-inch diagonal display, IPS LCD technology with a resolution of 2000 × 1200 pixels (WUXGA+) with 16.7 million colors and occupying 82.5% of the front panel area.
Furthermore, the declared maximum brightness for this panel is 360 nits. Its screen also features several modes for different types of use, namely: Reading Mode, Dark Mode, Night Mode, as well as Sunlight Mode.
The Realme Pad is also inspired by the Apple iPad Pro
The Realme Pad design is modern with a metal frame and angular construction.
Featuring a careful design, metal construction and angular edges, its overall look is inspired by Apple products, specifically the iPad Pro. The main differences lie in the rear of the device with the camera and cross-line.
Its “heart” is MediaTek’s Helio G80 processor, an upper mid-range SoC with plenty of processing power. Added to this is up to 4 GB of RAM memory and 64 GB of internal storage. In case of need, it is possible to expand this value through a micro SD memory card up to 1 TB.
The new tablet uses MediaTek’s Helio G80 processor
Summary of the main features of the Realme Pad tablet.
The connectivity of the new tablet is ensured by dual-band Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou) as well as a USB-C port for data transfer and product charging.
Interested users can also take advantage of the more expensive version with LTE connectivity. On the other hand, its operating system is Google’s Android 11 with the Reame UI interface, optimized here for the tablet format.
The tablet is available in Wi-Fi and LTE versions
We can also point out the presence of four speakers spread across the four corners of the Realme Pad. They are backed by Hi-Res Audio technology, a certification that guarantees them support for the Dolby Atmos standard for better sound quality.
Also present on this Android tablet are two microphones, as well as two cameras with 8 MP resolution, both on the back and on the front. It also has ambient light sensor, accelerometer, gyroscope and compass.
Finally, this Android tablet has a battery of 7 100 mAh capacity with “quick” charging at 18 W. The device also supports reverse charging if you want to charge other equipment with its battery.
Unfortunately it doesn’t have the 3.5mm jack port for audio.
Realme Pad Pricing and Availability
3 GB + 32 GB (WiFi model) – ₹ 13,999 – $ 190 – 160 € 3 GB + 32 GB (WiFi model + LTE) – ₹ 15,999 – $ 218 – 185 € 4 GB + 64 GB (WiFi model + LTE) – ₹ 17,999 – $ 245 – € 207
The model is only available in India at the moment. However, we do not rule out its possible distribution in more markets, especially in Europe, an area in which the manufacturer Realme has been investing in a sustained manner.
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