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The first-gen Realme Pad allegedly pops up in a live image leak

An official Realme Pad teaser. (Source: Realme)
An official Realme Pad teaser. (Source: Realme)
Realme is slated to launch its first-ever tablet, simply called the Pad of its brand, later in 2021. Photos posted to SlashLeaks allegedly reveal some details about its design and specs. They may reveal that it is a fairly generic-looking, if up-to-date, slate with a slim profile and a metallic unibody.

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Realme confirmed that it would launch its first-gen Pad during the global launch of the GT smartphone. This move may be an excellent representation of the OEM's ambitions, which is largely to surround some central devices, this tablet included, with a connected ecosystem of peripherals and AIoT devices.

On the other hand, Realme has not teased this device much thus far, besides showing its iPad Pro-esque edges off during its official announcement. This feature might match up with a new leak that purports to show this device out in the open. 

It consists of photos of a tablet in a user's hands that, while covered in logo-obscuring stickers, might be the Realme Pad. This is mainly due to its slim unibody (in a color that might well be called Space Gray at its launch), and the standard-looking camera hump in one corner.

Then again, the device is indeed so plain-looking that it could be from any manufacturer at this point. One photo shows its front panel as well, although it is difficult to guess as its quality from that angle. To date, Realme has revealed little else about the tablet, not even the OS it will use, leaving a lot to be resolved at its debut, the question of whether this new leak is accurate or not included.

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The "Realme Pad" in alleged action. (Source: SlashLeaks)
The "Realme Pad" in alleged action. (Source: SlashLeaks)

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-07-10 (Update: 2021-07-10)