RealmePad joins new press rendering

Realme began its journey with the Oppo smartphone lineup. Due to its popularity, this lineup quickly evolved into a sub-brand. However, the sub-brand needed its own wings to fly as a separate company. Since last year, Realme has been known around the world as an independent brand. The company still has smartphones as its core product, but is currently active in many segments. The list of Realme products includes smart watches, TWS earphones, and even smart TVs. Currently, the company is preparing to release its first laptop and tablet. The former is equipped with RealmeBook Monica and the latter is equipped with RealmePad.

Real me For a long time, we’ve built hype for the following products: The company confirmed their presence through a series of teasers, but so far did not specify a release date for any of them. We already know what the Realme pad will look like, thanks to the previously leaked rendering. However, we are currently getting better images from OnLeaks. The well-known Tarekomi offers more detailed rendering that shows both the device and its official colorways in more detail.

The new tablet will be available in gray and gold colorways (where else have you seen these colors before?). The device casing has been confirmed to be made of aluminum. Interestingly, the leaked render also confirms the rumored stylus slot near the bottom speaker and USB-C port. Is this stylus just a stylus, or is Realme preparing something smarter like Samsung does with the S-Pen?

RealmePad Rumored Specifications

In terms of specifications, the Realme Pad has a 10.4 inch display. For now, we’re assuming the display is an LCD panel. In addition, a selfie camera is mounted on the bezel of the size on the right side. This snapper is equipped with an 8MP camera with an f / 2.8 aperture. This camera has a fixed focus. The rear camera also has a resolution of 8MP, but it does provide autofocus.

Realme Pad comes with quad speakers, so users can expect an immersive audio experience here. Internally, the tablet has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. This storage is expandable via the MicroSD card slot. Currently, there is no information about the chipset in this tablet. Going forward, it has a 7,100 mAh battery and sounds loud, but it may not be that big given the size of this display. Hopefully, the tablet comes with a 65W fast charge, which is the standard for Realme phones.

according to rumor, RealmePad will be available in the third quarter of this year. Since July has passed, we can expect it to be released anytime from this month to September. The device will run Android 11 out of the box using Realme UI 2.0. Hopefully there are features that will improve the tablet experience. RealmePad joins new press rendering

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