With the release of the Realme Pad X in China, Realme has added a third tablet to its lineup. This one is slightly more expensive than the affordable Realme Pad and the Pad Mini, but it comes with a Snapdragon 695 processor, 33W quick charging, and other features. Take a peek at the particulars.
Realme Pad X: Specifications and Features
The Realme Pad X features a flat design with a little rectangular bump on the rear that houses a large camera. A display with thin but visible bezels sits in the foreground. It’s an 11-inch 2K screen that’s Low Blue Light Certified by Rheinland. A peak brightness of 450 bits and a screen resolution of 2000 × 1200 pixels are supported by the display.
There are three colour options: Star Grey, Sea Salt Blue, and Bright Chessboard Green, neon green with a race track-inspired checker print. The Realme Pad X resembles the rebranded Oppo Pad with a few tweaks to distinguish the two smartphones.
The support for a stylus with 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity is one of the most fascinating features of the new Realme tablet. To go with the tablet, the company has also released a smart keyboard and a protective case.
It is powered by the Snapdragon 695 SoC, which can be combined with up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. A memory card can be used to expand storage up to 512GB, and RAM can be expanded as well (up to 5GB). An 8,340mAh battery powers the tablet, which supports 33W rapid charging.
The Realme Pad X also includes a 13MP main camera and a 105-degree field of view front camera, which is similar to the iPad’s Center Stage feature. It also has four speakers, a USB Type-C port, and Dolby Atmos with Hi-Res Audio compatibility. Realme UI for Pad is installed on the tablet.
Realme Pad X: Price and Availability
The 4GB+64GB Realme Pad X costs CNY 1,199 (about Rs 13,800) and the 6GB+128GB model costs CNY 1,499 (roughly Rs 17,200). In China, the smartphone will be available for purchase on May 31. There are also several Realme Pad X accessories available. The magnetic stylus will be available on May 31 for CNY 499 (Rs 5,700), the keyboard for CNY 399 (Rs 4,500), and the keyboard for CNY 99 (Rs 1,100).
Although there is no information on when the Realme Pad X would be available in India, it is possible that it could come soon. Plus, according to Max Jambor, who is often accurate when it comes to OnePlus leaks, there’s a good chance it’ll be rebadged as the OnePlus Pad. This will be the company’s first foray into the tablet market, which has long been rumoured.