Realme Pad X is Realme’s first 5G tablet. It is equipped with the Snapdragon 695 chipset

A performance tablet with a uniquely eye-catching design

The Realme Pad is a budget tablet aimed at online classes and casual use. It appears that the company is experimenting with tablets lately as the company has just announced its latest iteration. The performance-centric 5G tablet, Realme Pad X.

The tablet is only slightly larger than the Realme Pad, at 11 inches. It uses a pressure-sensitive screen since it also has support for a stylus for aspiring artists out there. Although, it is sold separately. The display is a 2K (2000x1200px) IPS LCD with support for DC Dimming and O1 image quality sensing.

Inside it is the Snapdragon 695 chipset. Since it also has support for cellular services, this makes the Realme Pad X the first Realme tablet with 5G services. Other companies would opt for something like the Snapdragon 870 but the SD695 is not a terrible choice either. This is paired with 4 or 6GB RAM and either 64 or 128GB internal storage with the ability to be expanded via MicroSD card for up to 512GB.

There is a single 13mp camera at the rear and a single 8mp front camera for group calls. In terms of the battery, it has a fairly large 8340mAh with 33W fast charging.

In terms of audio, it has support for Hi-Res Audio and Dolby Atmos and also comes equipped with quad speakers. It boots with RealmeUI 3.0 based on Android 12 for both variants

The tablet comes with a magnetic strip so you could attach a case onto it as well as an optional keyboard. It comes with a USB-C port, Wi-Fi, 5G services, and Bluetooth 5.1.

It has three colours. Sea Blue, Stary Grey, and the primary Fluorescent Green with a racing stripe and “glow-in-the-dark” design. This Fluorescent Green colour only comes with 6/128 option, however.

The tablet is priced at CNY 1,299 (~Php 10.1K) for the 4/64 variant and CNY 1,599 (~Php 12.5K) for the 6/128 variant which also includes Fluorescent Green.

No word yet for Philippines release.

Source: Realme (in Chinese) via NoypiGeeks