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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.

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)