At the Realme GT global press conference, RealMe Book and the Realme Pad have been officially confirmed. The laptop has made its debut, but no further information has been released about the tablet so far.
The Realme Pad has a 10.4-inch screen, measuring 246.1×155.8×6.8mm and it will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 768G processor.
But now another vlogger has revealed that the tablet will be powered by mediatek’s Helio G80 processor.
The processor argument is somewhat contradictory, but it would make sense if realme Pad would differentiate between high/low specs or overseas/domestic specs.
The Mediatek Helio G80 processor is designed for mid-range devices using a 12nm manufacturing process. The CPU is two 2.0ghz Cortex-A75 large core + and six 1.8ghz Cortex-A55 small core, and the GPU is Mali-G52. The current devices running the processor include Redmi 9 and Huawei Y9a.
The realme Pad will be available in dark gray and silver, with a straight bezel, a single camera with a raised back, and a distinctive dividing line that runs through the camera.
It is now confirmed that the tablet has been DEKRA and Rhine certified and has a lithium polymer battery capacity of 7100mAh.
In addition to the RealMe Pad, there will likely be wearables, real wireless Bluetooth headsets and more.