Realme isn’t exactly popular when it comes to tablets, but it knows how and when to deliver new stuff. Next up from the company is the Realme Pad with a decent 10.4-inch display with stylus support. The tablet has been recently rendered and we see a device that has a two-tone finish plus very obvious bezels around the screen. The tablet comes with basic individual cameras on the rear and front. There is no official announcement yet, but it was teased during the Realme GT launch last month.
Steve Hemmerstoffer (@onleaks) and 91mobiles teamed up once again to offer image renderings of the Realme Pad. Realme’s upcoming Android tablet shows thick bezels, making it look like a normal tablet. It may remind you of last year’s iPad Pro.
The tablet comes with two speakers on one side, USB Type-C port, power button, two more speakers on the other side, and a volume rocker near the camera module. The memory can be expanded via a microSD card slot.
The two-tone finish is cut through the camera module. The selfie camera sits on one of the longest sides. The simple design actually makes the tablet more attractive.
The device shows a slot near the USB port. Can be fictional it’s for the stylus. The Realme Pad is expected to be sold with a stylus so you don’t have to buy one separately. With this feature, it can probably rival the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite with S-Pen.
This Realme Pad appears to be in gray-black. Still other color options can be entered. The dimensions are 246.1 x 155.8 x 6.8mm, but the camera part sticks out by as much as 8.4mm.