Realme’s maiden trip to the Android tablet market is a cheap choice for education and pleasure. In order to maintain low prices, Realme combines the Pad, an 18W loader, and a Type A to C cable in the package. Nothing else. No case, screen protector or earphones. The Realme Pad is made of aluminium chisel and appears rather clean from behind. Regarding colour selections, the grey and gold alternatives are offered. On the rear side is also the single camera on the top left and on the bottom right is the elegant Realme logo.
There is also this strange strike of silver that cuts the camera. However, the thin 6.9mm frame is what I am fond of. Realme did a good job in ergonomics. However, sure, sometimes it seems slippery on the smooth metal body of the pad.Realme expects people to use this tablet in landscape mode. We can say it since the power button is at the top edge corner and the volume buttons merely hang around the corner. In addition, the front camera is on the right bezel which, if held horizontally, is the top bezel. Incidentally, you can use this camera to recognize your side and unlock your tab with no fingerprint scanner.
Interestingly, face recognition works wonderfully to recognize you. It is incredibly quick, responsive, 10/10 times workable. The right card tray supports a Nano-SIM card and a microSD card, meaning that if you so want, you will have additional capacity. The Type-C 2.0 port is on the bottom edge. The strangest location, though, is the headphone jack on the lower left curve. So yes, although some people think it is a little antiquated, the general design of the Realme Pad is clean, inoffensive, and workable.
This 10.4-inch IPS LCD screen offers a 2000 to1200 resolution and a max 360 nit lightness. This monitor is quite bright to view Netflix and Prime programmes for indoor use. And, there’s a specific reader mode if you want to read Amazon’s Kindle app books. You may use night light to reduce the display’s brightness to as low as 2 nits if you are a night owl. The quad speakers are finely tuned and you get a quite broad sound to add to the full multimedia experience. Dolby Atmos support also enhances the experience. There have been few concerns noted:
- No colour adjustment option in the programme.
- Oleophobic coating is awful.
- Adaptive luminosity is not adequately adjusted.
Realme genuinely aims to create a secure place for your children and asks for an adult or a youngster when he is set up – who will use this device? Realme now offers support for Kids Space to create a separate monitored account and to provide a very simple user experience with pre-loaded material for your children. Moreover, parental controls are also included.
Obviously, video calls are one of the main applications for a tablet. And the 8MP fixed camera on the front works very well. The 1080p 30fps video is not crisp and sharp, but it is very large and can help to produce a decent frame in proximity. As for the two mics, you may have to talk louder than normal if you put the tablet at a tiny distance from your visage. Now there’s also an 8MP back camera that might be useful for document scanning. But don’t expect nice photos to be captured.The Realme Pad is derived on a MediaTek G80 SoC and our device is equipped with RAM 4 GB and 65 GB of storage.
This is the greatest that you can get on inexpensive tablets. Still, the Snapdragon 720G was a good processor to use. Because the tablet is slow-moving. With it, you must make peace. And games work well, but visually interesting games like COD are best played on medium settings. Casual games actually work.
In general, I would say that power is plenty for entertaining and training. 4G LTE’s performance on the Realme Pad was rather decent. Wi-Fi has however not been good on the 5 GHz network. The big 7100mAh unit within the Realme Pad lasts approximately 7 days with just basic use. Besides, additional gadgets and 18W quick charge support are also available for reverse charging.
The Realme Pad accomplishes what it intends to do and provides relatively nice multimedia and video conferencing experience. This tablet does not interfere with the tablet industry, but it is undoubtedly the finest Rs 20,000 Budget tablet.
And the benefit of this barren market is that Realme can accomplish this achievement without pushing too hard. The Wi-Fi version has 3 GB RAM, internal memory of 32 GB, and is priced at Rs 13,999. The LTE version is available in 2 variants. One of them has 3GB ram and 32 GB storage, priced at Rs 15,999, and the other one has 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage priced at Rs 17,999, only makes sense to buy up the Realme Pad right now on any other tablet less 20k.