Realme is prepping the launch of their Realme Pad as the tablet appears in several leaks. The tablet first teaser surfaced back in the Realme GT launch event in Europe. However, after this, the company teased the tablet as coming soon in its Indian GT launch event. Since then, the tablet has been spotted on a bunch of certification websites. Moreover, these websites also revealed certain key specs of the tablet.
In a recent development, Realme India and Europe CMO, Francis Wong, has indirectly confirmed the upcoming Realme tablet will have an AMOLED display.
Realme Pad will feature an AMOLED display?
Ahead of the launch, Francis Wong, the CMO of Realme India and Europe, shared a post on Twitter that also had a YouTube link to the live stream. However, a Twitter user commented on this, asking for the company to raise the size of their smartphone’s AMOLED display from 6.4 inches to 6.7 inches. To this, the executive responded with “Want a bigger Amoled? Wait for #realmeTablet. That will be big enough.” This is the official teaser or hint of the Realme Pad.
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Coming to the Realme Pad specifications, previous leaks have suggested a couple of things. For starters, it is already known that the upcoming tablet will come with a super-thin body. Moreover, the specifics of the thickness have also tipped to be 6.8mm.
Although the upcoming tablet by Realme is super thin, it comes with an in-built housing for a digital stylus. Going by that, one can expect the digital stylus to come with the device itself. When it comes to the display, the Realme Pad is expecting to come with a large 10.4-inch display. On the battery front, the tablet will most likely pack a massive 7000mAh battery. Additionally, the internal storage on the tablet is also further expandable via a microSD card slot.
Additionally, other leaks have suggested that the upcoming tablet by Realme will come with a single 8MP camera at both the front and back. Moreover, the rear camera module has also been tipped to come with an autofocus sensor. Moreover, the front camera will come with a fixed focus.
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