Realme Pad is the Android tablet that can challenge Apple’s iPad dominance

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Like Xiaomi, Realme also wants to face Apple’s dominance in the tablet market. In this sense, the OPPO sub-brand is preparing to launch a new good and cheap tablet, built in metal (aluminum), with a modern design.

Its launch is scheduled for the third quarter of 2021, possibly in October, thus coinciding with the next Apple iPad products. However, thanks to the filter OnLeaks we now have access to various digital images (renders) of the Realme Pad.

Here’s the upcoming Realme Pad Android tablet

The highlights of the new tablet include the build quality with a smooth aluminum metallic finish, as well as a slot to place the smartpen or needle. Will have a construction unibody for greater structural rigidity.

The Realme tablet will be available in gray and gold

The images illustrating this article were provided by filter Steve Hemmerstoffer, Twitter account manager @onleaks to post MySmartPrice, now coming to our attention. We are facing several digital images (renders) of product.

Its body will hit the consumer in gold or dark gray with a neat finish and accent for its main camera. Take into account, for example, the camera module and the vertical line running through it along its entire length. Taking into account the images presented, we do not see the presence of an LED flash.

On the other hand, we see its symmetrical edges on the front panel, flanking a screen that is expected to be 10.4 inches diagonally. This is also where we will find the front camera sensor, on one of the edges of the device, centered when using the tablet in panoramic mode.

Your main camera, on the rear, should have an 8 MP resolution sensor and a focal aperture of f / 2.8. In fact, according to recent information leaks, the front camera will also have these exact characteristics.

Among its main technical characteristics is the presence of a battery with a capacity of 7100 mAh, as well as 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. It will be a mid / high end product with a competitive price.

We can also see the cutout for the USB-C port, as well as the speaker / microphone grilles. In addition, at the bottom we will have the slot to insert, store and transport the dedicated pen (stylus) for greater productivity.

Their prices, not yet defined, should be guided by Realme’s usual competitive standard. In that way, he hopes the brand (and so the rumors go) can attempt to challenge Apple’s iPad dominance.

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