Realme appears to have confirmed the launch of its new tablet, Realme Pad Mini, in India. The most recent Ask Madhav video shows the interviewer holding a grey Realme Pad Mini. This comes just one day after the Realme Pad Mini was on the company’s official website in the country. The Android-powered tablet will reportedly be available in India’s Wi-Fi-only and LTE variants. In the Philippines earlier this month, the Realme Pad Mini debuted. Here’s what we know so far about the tablet.
In addition to teasing the new tablet India launch, Madhav Sheth revealed that the Realme Pad 5G is in the works and will likely to be available in India later this year.
Realme Pad Mini price in India (Expected)
The lowest 3GB + 32GB storage edition of the new tablet costs PHP 9,990 (approximately Rs. 14,700). The top-of-the-line model, with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, costs PHP 11,990. (roughly Rs. 17,700).
The tablet is available in Blue and Grey colours and is presently exclusively available for pre-order in the Philippines via Lazada. There are no details on its availability or cost in other areas, including India.
The Realme Pad will release in India in September of last year for Rs. 17,999 for the top-of-the-line 4GB + 64GB storage variant with Wi-Fi + 4G connection.
In addition, it costs Rs. 13,999 for the Wi-Fi-only model, which comes with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The Wi-Fi + 4G model of the tablet also comes with a 3GB + 32GB option, which costs Rs. 15,999.
The Realme Pad Mini’s display will have a 1340 x 800px resolution powered by a Unisoc T616 chipset with 3/4GB RAM and 32/64GB expandable storage. In addition to LTE connectivity on both storage trims, the compact tablet will include a 6,400 mAh battery with 18W charging.
Based on previous leaks, we anticipate an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel selfie camera. The Realme Pad expects to release in blue and silver colours. It comes with a thickness of 7.6mm and 372 grammes.
“Mini is strong,” the teaser says. “First in the Philippines, the tablet will be available soon.” The company intends to launch the Realme Pad Mini first in the Philippines, likely before expanding to India and Western markets.
While the teaser attempts to build anticipation for the Realme Pad Mini’s performance, all available information points to the Unisoc Tiger 616 which will power the tablet. It will include 12 nm chipset with performance comparable to the Snapdragon 665.
MediaTek Helio G80 processor powers the Realme Pad which does not appear to be significantly more powerful—if at all—based on our benchmark database.
Aside from that SoC, the Pad expects to have an 8.7-inch display. In addition, it has an 8-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel selfie camera, a 6400-mAh battery, and 18-watt charging. It’s pretty solid. It also expects to be less expensive than the Php 10,990 Realme Pad.
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