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Realme Pad, the First-gen Tablet Pictures Accidentally Revealed Online

Bipasha Mandal
Bipasha Mandal
Bipasha Mondal is writer at TechGenyz

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Realme has confirmed that it would launch its first-ever tablet simply called Pad, during the global launch of the GT smartphone. However, after announcing the launch of the Pad, the Chinese tech giant has kept mum on this device apart from showing its edges which is very similar to Apple’s iPad Pro.

There has been a new leak regarding this device. The leak consists of photos of a tablet in a user’s hands. Although a few stickers conceal the logo of the device, a few opine that the device could be the Realme Pad. Their assumption is based on its appearance, which consists of a slim unibody and a standard-looking camera hump in one corner. But the stickers could also indicate that the device is currently under development and perhaps is also undergoing internal testing.

We should also keep in mind that these pictures were taken from a distance, thereby, the clarity of the photo is not at all sharp. One photo shows its front panel as well, although it is difficult to guess as to its quality from that angle.

What could be discerned from the photos is that the device is made of aluminum or some other metal alloy, there is a single camera on its back which is placed inside a module. The module is seen in the photos as protruding outside the slim body of the device. The edge of this tablet is a square-rounded design.

On the front side, the device comes with fairly large top and bottom bezels. However, since the device is still under development, this might not be its final design. Although the company has revealed almost nothing about the upcoming product, some users are expecting that the upcoming Realme Pad will run on the Android 11 operating system, support 4G LTE connection, and come with at least 64GB of internal storage, in other words, standard features of contemporary tablets.


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