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Realme Pad: new certifications hint at 2 different battery SKUs for the upcoming tablet

The "Realme Pad". (Source: OnLeaks x MySmartPrice)
The "Realme Pad". (Source: OnLeaks x MySmartPrice)
Realme has now reportedly registered new batteries with the TUV safety authority. The unusually high rated and typical capacities of the two new power-packs have resulted in speculation that they are destined for this OEM's upcoming first-gen tablet. Should this be the case, it seems the device might have different versions, one with slightly more battery life than the other.

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Realme is believed to introduce its first-ever tablet as its eponymous Pad later in 2021. The device is currently slated to emerge with a 10.4-inch display that may or may not support an in-house version of an Apple Pencil and form part of a fairly unimaginative take on the all-aluminium chassis often seen in this market. Now, a new leak might drop hints as to a spec yet to be mentioned in relation to this first-gen product.

This new tip might offer an insight into the Realme Pad's potential for screen-on time, as it might reveal some battery specs for the device for the first time. Then again, this new leak claims to reveal 2 different options in this vein that might be associated with the tablet.

These 2 new power packs have reportedly been submitted by Realme to the TUV group for safety testing ahead of their use in upcoming real-world devices. As they are likely to be marketed in terms of typical capacities of 6,952mAh and 7,100mAh respectively, they may well be intended for use in tablet-sized products.

On the other hand, Realme has released smartphones with extra-large batteries as unique selling points in the past: therefore, this new leak might in fact point to even better upgrades in their successors. In addition, should one or both of these new juice-packs be destined for the inaugural Pad instead, the spec would not exactly make them market leaders in this respect in 2021.

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Realme certifies super-sized batteries. (Source: SlashLeaks)
Realme certifies super-sized batteries. (Source: SlashLeaks)

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-08- 8 (Update: 2021-08- 8)