We see the interest in creating a real ecosystem confirmed by the launch of this one RealmePad. This is not a secret, indeed it is now a consolidated trend for the vast majority of Asian companies: just think of Xiaomi and its lifestyle approach. After expanding your package with headphones, SmartWatch, accessories e TV the time has come to focus on other sectors as well. In addition to the new Realme Book, Realme Pad is part of the next chapter: here is everything you need to know about the first tablet of the Asian brand.
Realme Pad: all on the brand's first tablet
Design and display
The new RealmePad offers a metal body with a rather limited thickness (6.9 mm), characterized by dark gray and gold colors. Frontally we find a large panel but equipped with frames that remain visible, albeit well optimized.
Moving on to what is the display of RealmePad, it has a fairly wide diagonal, with a 10,4" and a resolution WUXGA + (2000 x 1200 pixels), with a ratio therefore poco beyond 16:10. It is a solution LCD.
With dimensions equal to 246,1 x 155,8 x 6,9 mm (for a weight of 440 grams), along the side frame we find a USB Type-C port and the Power button. Not one was announced stylus: the device differs quite a lot from Mi Pad 5 and from his an official Pen, trying to conquer a different band.
Hardware & Software
Realme Pad is powered by the chipset MediaTek Helio G80, the same seen on Realme 6i, Narzo 10 and Redmi 9. A probably disappointing choice for many, given that we are certainly not talking about the best performing SoC in circulation. This is a 12nm solution, with a 75GHz A2,0 octa-core CPU and Mali-G52 MC2 GPU. Side memories we have 3 / 4 GB of RAM and 32 / 64 GB of storage.
As for the battery, the tablet is powered by a unit from 7.100 mAh, certainly a capacious solution but despite this it does not seem to have impacted on the thickness of the terminal. Charging is a classic solution from 18W.
There is only one version present Wi-Fi that a LTE, so as not to miss anything. This places the tablet in pure portability. The audio part is also very interesting, with a configuration Quad speakers with Dolby Atmos support. For the photographic sector we have a sensor from 8 MP front and a similar one on the back.
The software part is based on Realme UI for Pad: this is the classic interface based on Android 11, but with various devices for tablets (such as support for the Shared Screen).
Realme Pad - Price and availability
The brand's first tablet debuted alongside the new models 8s e 8i, so as to complete an already very rich event. For what concern price di RealmePad it starts from €160 approximately at the exchange rate, or 13.999 rupees (3/32 GB, Wi-Fi only). There are two LTE versions: 3/32 GB and 4/64 GB, respectively a €183 e €206 at the exchange rate (remember that these are Indian prices).
As it regards instead Italy, the new Realme Pad debuts with us at the starting price of €239, for the version of 3 / 32 GB; the variants from 4 / 64 GB e 6 / 128 GB are proposed to €259 e €289.