Realme is soon going to launch its Realme Pad tablet in the global market. The Realme Pad was initially teased by the Chinese company last month, during the Realme GT smartphone launch. There is still no official specs and render revealed by the company yet, however, recently, leaked renders of the smartphones have surfaced.
Tipster, @onleaks shared some Realme Pad renders with 91mobiles, revealing how the tablet is designed and will look from different angles. Apart from the body renders, 91mobiles has also revealed some leaked specs about the screen size, chipset, etc.
According to the leaked renders by @onleaks (via 91mobiles), the Realme Pad will probably come with an approximately 10.4 inches display. As per the render reports, the Realme Pad will have a slim slab-like layout with flat sides. Also, it will sport a single camera setup at the back. Along with the camera lens, there will be a Realme branding logo and a straight line passing through the camera on the tablet’s back. Coming to the front, the tablet holds a single selfie shooter in the middle on the wider side and has thick bezels around the screen.
There will be a power button on the top edge frame and a Type-C USB port on the bottom edge frame. Additionally, there will be four speakers with two on each side frame. On the right edge frame, it holds a volume button along with a microSD card slot. Moreover, there will be a rounded 3.5mm headphone jack cutout at the bottom corner which is claimed to be a slot for the attached stylus.
Talking about the dimensions of the Realme Pad, it measures 246.1 x 155.8 x 6.8mm and is 8.4mm in thickness. According to the certification listing of Realme Pad in the past, it will come with the model number BLT001 and will be backed up by a 7,100mAh battery.
As of now, only Grey-Black and Silver colour designs are revealed yet, however, we can expect some more colour scenes to be revealed in the future. Though the company hasn’t revealed any launch date about the Realme Pad, it is safe to expect that the tablet will come somewhere in early October this year.