New Realme Pad renders show underwhelming design choices for the upcoming 10.4-in tablet
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Renders of the Realme Pad have been shared by @OnLeaks and 91mobiles. There are a couple of things that help the Realme Pad stand out in the Android tablet crowd, but it is something of an overall underwhelming impression that the slate offers, leaving those interested in making a purchase hoping that the processor and display will be top-notch at least. On a positive note, the tablet does feature a stylus slot and apparently has quad-firing speakers.
The overall design choices of the Realme Pad will no doubt leave some scratching their heads with confusion. There is a single selfie camera housed in surprisingly thick bezels that surround the tablet’s display. On the rear there is another single camera to be found that is highlighted by a purple line running down the side of the Realme Pad, separating the wide side that has a light gray color from the narrow side that sports a darker gray, creating a two-tone effect.
The measurements of the 10.4-inch Realme Pad have also been offered: 246.1 x 155.8 x 6.8 mm (8.4 mm at the rear-facing camera). The uninspiring tablet will supposedly sport a 7,100-mAh battery and has been associated with numerous Qualcomm processors, including the Snapdragon 765G and the Snapdragon 870. It has also been reported that the Realme Pad could be released in mid-October, with an optimistic price point of ₹22,999 (US$308) having been suggested.