Review Realme Pad – Realme Pad also comes with a combination of designs, specifications and prices that are quite attractive. In general, it looks not much different from the iPad Pro which is actually much more expensive. Both have a thin design and very light weight for a 10-inch tablet size, only around 440 grams.
realme Pad has four bezel sides that are made equally thin. It has dimensions of 10.4 inches, the resolution is high enough to reach 2000 x 1200 pixels aka WUXGA +.
To make it suitable for use in several scenarios, several modes are embedded such as dark mode, night mode, reading mode to sunlight mode for outdoor use. Given the larger screen, realme prepared the realme UI for Pad interface.
There is a multi-user feature so that the realme Pad can be used by many family members with their respective applications and displays, plus Google Kids Space for safe use for children. Meanwhile, for multitasking, the screen can be used to run two applications at once side by side.
Because it comes as a new Android tablet, of course the realme Pad is also suitable for video calling needs. Prepared 8MP camera on both the front and back, complete with two microphones that support noise canceling.
For multimedia consumption, a four-speaker setup is prepared with Dolby Atmos support to Hi-Res Audio. Unfortunately, this device is not equipped with a 3.5mm audio jack, so the choice to listen to songs is only through speakers, TWS or USB-C earphones.
And even though it is thin and light, the battery capacity of this first realme tablet is quite large, reaching 7,100 mAh. With support for fast charging 18 watts, realme Pad is claimed to be able to stream video for up to 12 hours, or standby for 65 days.
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