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Realme Pad Live Images Surface Online Ahead Of Launch

- Updated: 10th Jul 2021, 12:04 IST
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    Realme Pad Live Images: What Else?

Realme seems to be prepping for the launch of their very first tablet. The Realme Pad was officially confirmed back at the Realme GT global launch event in June. Moreover, a bunch of other products like the Realme Book were confirmed to launch very soon as well.

Now, live in-hand images of the Realme Pad have surfaced online right out of the blue. The tablet is seen in the hands of a woman who is operating or ‘testing’ it. This can be said as the tablet is seen with a couple of stickers and labels on it. This basically suggests that the tablet is in the works and is undergoing testing. Moreover, the Realme Pad does not bear the Realme logo anywhere either as it is still under development.

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The live images have been clicked from a distance, from the looks of it. This is why the clarity of the live images are not the best, as one might say. However, the design renders are very similar to what the company revealed last month. Hence, it definitely seems like the Realme Pad indeed.

Realme Pad Live Images: What Else?

From the looks of it, the Realme Pad is being held by a company executive. The person seems to be testing the camera capabilities of the device, as the images reveal. Moreover, the front and rear design of the alleged tablet in question here is revealed.

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Additionally, the upcoming Realme Pad seems to be made out of aluminium or a metal alloy kind of frame. Moreover, we can also see a single camera sensor at the back which is housed within a protruding camera module. Also, the tablet seems to have taken inspiration from the Apple iPad Pro models when it comes to design.

At the front, the Realme Pad features sizeable bezels at the top and bottom. Sadly, that is all that can be said about the tablet for now. However, we can expect it to be a mid-range tablet and be based on Android 11 OS. Hopefully, we will be getting to know a lot of other details about the Realme Pad in the coming days.

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