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- New renders of the Realme Pad have now emerged.
- The leak details the upcoming slate’s design, which includes quad speakers and a prominent rear camera.
- A small slot on the tablet’s body will reportedly house a dedicated stylus.
After we gained exclusive word of the forthcoming Realme Pad back in June, renders of the device have now appeared online, detailing the slate’s design and purported features.
The renders stem from Steve Hemmerstoffer and 91Mobiles. They suggest the Realme Pad will feature sizeable bezels wrapped around a 10.4-inch display. In terms of measurements, we’re looking at a 246.1mm long slate with a width of 155.8mm and a thickness of 6.8mm.
The Realme Pad is seemingly inspired by iPads of late, with flat edges and curved corners. Realme is loading the top and bottom edges with stereo speakers, which should please those looking for an entertainment pad. The bottom edge also includes a USB-C port. At the extreme left corner of the same edge sits a small hope which 91Mobiles believes is a slot for a built-in stylus.
The power button seemingly sits up top, the volume rocker is placed on the top-right, while what could be a microSD card slot or a SIM card slot sits slightly below that.
Realme Pad: What else do we know?
Other details we can garner include a protruding rear camera. Positioned at the top right, the shooter sits 1.2mm off the Realme Pad’s body. This additional space could be essential for the camera hardware used, but it will make using this tablet flat on a table a nightmare without a case. There’s a single selfie camera up front, but the renders don’t make it obvious.
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Beyond this, it seems Realme will stick to reserved colorway choices. There’s a darker grey shade and a lighter silver finish on show here.
Realme’s kept its first tablet offering well under wraps so far, so there’s little word on specific specifications. The company has teased that it will be an “entertainment first” tablet, but how it translates into real-world specs and features remains a mystery.