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Realme Pad X tablet goes on sale in India, but should you buy it?

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The Realme Pad X was recently launched in India and the tablet is now on sale via Flipkart. The device falls under the Rs 20,000 price segment and interested buyers can get it at a discounted rate with bank card offers. The latest Realme tablet features a quad-speaker system, 8,340mAh battery, 8MP wide-angle camera and more.

The Realme Pad X comes with a starting price of Rs 19,999 in India. This price is for the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage model with Wi-Fi connectivity support. There is also the 5G model, priced at Rs 25,999. People who want 6GB RAM + 128 GB of storage model (5G) will have to shell out Rs 27,999.

As for the sale offers, there is an instant discount of Rs 2,000 on HDFC and SBI bank cards. This basically means that one will be able to buy the base model of the Realme tablet at an effective price of Rs 17,999, which is a very good deal. The bank offer is also available on other variants. But, is the Realme Pad X worth buying in India under Rs 20,000?

Yes it is. But only if you’re looking for a basic tablet that can deliver enough performance without too much lag. It has a large, vivid screen and one will surely enjoy binge-watching on this tablet. There’s a quad-speaker system and the audio quality is really good. It supports Dolby Atmos to deliver a superior sound quality experience. The tablet can also be used for casual gaming and social networking. I liked that the software is also well optimized, but there are a few things you should keep in mind before buying the Realme Pad X.

The tablet is quite heavy, so it is a bit difficult to handle the device with one hand. On top of that, the back panel is also quite slippery. So users are advised to use a case, and for that you will have to spend more. The screen has 400 nits of peak brightness. As a result, the screen is not very visible in direct sunlight. However, many of you won’t be using the tablet in direct sunlight. This one has an 11-inch display, but with a standard 60Hz refresh rate. So scrolling and the overall experience may not be as smooth as 120Hz displays. has no 3.5mm headphone jack.

Also, in my opinion, there is no point in spending an extra Rs 6,000 on a 5G model as there are better options in a similar price range. The Xiaomi Pad 5, which was launched earlier this year, is available in India for Rs 26,999. This one has a faster processor, 120Hz display with Dolby Vision support, quad-speaker system. speakers with Dolby Atmos, and more. But, you only get the Wi-Fi model at the mentioned price.

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