After months of teasing and rumors, the Realme Pad is finally here – a new Android tablet with a low price and lightweight design, and the first slate designed by the upcoming tech company Realme.
This is a test case for Realme, to see how well it transfers from smartphones to tablets, and it will be an interesting study to see if this brand can fall into the new gadget categories.
Realme Pad has been launched in India, but we are still waiting to see if it will be launched globally. We hope so, because the world needs more Android tablets.
It looks like a sack that encloses with a drawstring. Entry Level iPad 10.2 In terms of price, trying to subdue students or lightweight users who don’t need high specs or fast performance, but want something affordable and pleasant.
- what’s this? A low priced Android tablet.
- When is it out September 16 in India, elsewhere unknown.
- How much will it cost? The Indian price changes to only $ 190 / £ 140 / AU $ 260.
RealmePad release date and price.
Realme Pad has been launched in India. We hope the global release information will come soon, as it would be weird to launch a product for just one area, but we don’t know yet. In India, the device goes on sale on September 16.
If you change the Indian prices to other regions, it looks like a very low priced tablet: it starts at just ، 13,999, which changes to $ 190 / £ 140 / AU $ 260. It’s for 3GB RAM and 32GB storage, which is definitely not much space, and there are other options.
There is a version with the same specs but also 4G connectivity, and it goes for 15,999 (approximately $ 220, £ 160, AU $ 290), while 4G and 4GB RAM and 64GB For a tablet with B storage, you will pay ₹ 17,999 (approximately $ 240, £ 180, AU $ 330).
Although these prices are surprisingly low, limited memory and storage can deter professional or business users.
Design and display.
The Realme Pad has a 10.4-inch display. It’s an LCD, so don’t expect vibrant colors or eye-catching contrasts like some other slates with OLED or AMOLED screens, but that’s probably part of why the price is so low.
The resolution is 1200 x 2000, or FHD +, which should be enough to handle any game or streaming service with Apple from a resolution standpoint.
The design of the pad is an important aspect, at least if Realme’s marketing is an indication, and the measurement of this item is only 6.9 mm. This makes it one of the thinnest tablets on the market, and as a result it should be easily capable.
There are two color versions of the slate, gray or gold, and the latter look much better in our opinion.
Camera and battery.
The Realme Pad has a 7,100mAh battery, which seems average enough for its screen size, but it’s impressive when you consider it a thin tablet.
Although charging is not very fast, as the 18W offered here is average for a tablet, Realme is known to use fast power on its smartphones. A new addition here, though, is reverse wireless charging, so you’ll be able to use the slate as a wireless charging pad to juice other devices.
Both the front and back cameras on the tablet are 8MP, which should be fine for video calling or taking reference pictures, but you probably won’t find great photography between the two.
Performance and software.
As mentioned earlier, you can get RealMapad with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage, or 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. Both versions have a microSD card slot, so you can bump into this storage.
The chipset is the Helio G80, which we’ve seen in some cheap phones like the Samsung Galaxy A32K 4G model, and it’s fine for this price slate but not very powerful.
The slate comes with Android 11, Google’s latest build of its popular operating system, although it has something the company is calling ‘Realme UI for Pad’ from above. This is probably a tablet-specific twist on the Realme UI that it uses for smartphones.