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The Realme Pad Mini is the first Realme product to be launched first in the Philippines. Forecasting the success of the larger Realme Pad and taking users’ feedback into account, Realme has decided that a smaller tablet is what everyone needs.
Despite its price and specs, the design is premium. It uses the same aluminium materials as the larger Realme Pad. It will be using a UNISOC T616 processor, a 12nm processor with the same calibre as the Snapdragon 662 and Mediatek Helio G80. It uses a Mali-G57 GPU. It is paired with 3GB or 4GB RAM complete with either 32 or 64GB internal storage. It also has a MicroSD slot up to 1TB
The display is a little questionable. It stands at a tall 8.7in. with a resolution of HD+ (1340x720px). We’re a little concerned about the visible pixels coming off with this considering the resolution. However, it’s a budget tablet so, with all things considered, this is still somewhat adequate. Realme said that this tablet is intended for home, school, office, or entertainment use.
It has a 6400mAh battery with 18W fast charging which is pretty slow considering its battery size. It charges via USB-C. Still, having fast charging is better than nothing. It boots with Android 11 with RealmeUI modified for Realme Pad.
It has a single 8mp camera at the rear and a 5mp front camera intended for video calls. There is a stereo speaker setup with Dirac Audio so that conference calls are always clear and loud. Also, the tablet has LTE services so you can also use it to call, text, and insert your SIM Card too,
- 8.7in. WXGA+ (1340x720px) IPS LCD, 175ppi
- UNISOC Tiger T616 (12nm)
- 8mp (main)
- FRONT: 5mp
- 6400mAh, 18W fast charging, USB-C
- Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Dual-band Wi-Fi, 4G LTE, Bluetooth 5.0
- Stereo Speakers, Dirac Audio, 3.5mm jack
- Grey, Blue
- 3/32: Php
- 4/64: Php
Once it is live, we’ll update this page for pricing.