- The device will be powered by the MediaTek processor
- It is also confirmed that the device will support a fast charging solution
- The tablet will run on Android 11 out of the box
Realme Pad is on the news for the past couple of months and we having a decent amount of information about the first-ever tablet of the fastest growing smartphone brand. The company has confirmed to launch the device on September 9 in the market of India and now the company has revealed a vital piece of information. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out the newly confirmed information about the upcoming tablet.
Realme has confirmed that the upcoming Realme Pad will have a 10.4-inch Widescreen Ultra Extended Graphics Array plus (WUVGA+) display along with a resolution of 2000 X 1200 pixels. The upcoming device will also feature a wide aspect ratio and a screen-to-body ratio of 82.5%.
It is also confirmed that the device will arrive with a monster 7100mAh battery along with an 18W fast charging solution.
Expected specifications of the Realme Pad
Speaking about the tablet, it is believed that the device will feature a slim and sleek design. A close look at the image will also offer a look at the rear camera as well. The upcoming device is also reported to be powered by the MediaTek Helio G80 processor.
It is expected that the upcoming Realme Pad will feature a 10.4 inch AMOLED display along with quad speakers and 8 megapixel camera sensor on both sides. It is also believed that Realme will launch the device with slim profile. Finally, the device will run on the latest version of the Android Operating System out of the box and that is Android 11.
So let’s wait for the official launch of the upcoming tablet and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for more interesting information from the technological world at your fingertips.
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