Realme has officially announced the launch of the number three tablet in its portfolio. This is called Realme Pad X, and despite the name suggesting high performance, we are still dealing with an average model. The tablet retains the design of previous models, which in turn were inspired by the iPad Air and Mini models, with straight edges and thin edges around the screen. Since it supports a stylus, this tablet seems to be focused on both content consumption and content creation on its screen.
Realme Pad X offers average specifications in a familiar design
The new Realme Pad X benefits from a Snapdragon 695 chipset, an average model, which will offer about half the performance of a high-end chipset today. For most of the tasks that users usually do on tablets, such a processor should be OK, but for content creation, it may not perform very well, especially in photo or video editing.
The 4 or 6 GB of RAM is enough, however, and 64 or 128 GB of internal storage with the possibility of adding microSD cards are standard for mid-range tablets. The screen is an 11 LCD LCD model with a resolution of 2,000 x 1,200 pixels in 5: 3 format and a brightness of 450 nits. It is basically a Full HD adapted to the preserved format. On the front, the 8 megapixel camera benefits from an ultra wide lens, 105 degrees, and on the back we have a 13 megapixel wide camera.
With a thickness of only 7.1 mm and a weight of 499 grams, the fact that there was an 8,340 mAh battery (charged to 33W) inside is quite impressive, being about as large as in the case of iPad tablets. Of course, Realme Pad X runs Android 12 with the Realme UI 3.0 interface. With a little luck, Realme has adapted this interface to the tablet format, the previous models having problems in this regard, offering only the enlarged mobile interface.
Realme Pad X is currently only announced for China, where it will debut on May 31st. The tablet starts at 1,299 yuan, ie around 180 euros in the 4 + 64GB version and reaches 1,599 yuan, ie around 220 euros for the 6 + 128 GB version.
source: GSM Arena