Realme Pad Mini wants to disable the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite

esté Realme Pad Mini is a new player in the field of Android tablets. Embora will not compete with the mainstream devices, such as the Galaxy Tab S8 series, and is an alternative to the more accessible options, such as the basic Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. The Realme brand, a spin-off of Oppo, will launch its first tablet in September 2021. Launched as the Realme Pad, the tablet ranks as an economic product in the same category as the Galaxy Tab A8 and Nokia T20.

The increase in the number of smartphones provided an explanation for the number of tablets with sheets smaller than 10 inches. Meanwhile, some manufacturers continue to serve this market segment, including Amazon’s Fire tablets, Apple’s iPad mini, and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab A series.

this Realme Pad MiniComo is the name I suggest, it is a small version of Realme Pad. It has an all-metal body with a flat design and rounded numbers. Realme claims it is ultra-fine at just 7.6mm. Compared to the 8 mm thickness of the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, the iPad mini (2021) is much finer at 6.3 mm. The tablet weighs 372 grams and has blue and gray cores with a sharp finish.

The Realme tablet has a screen of 1340 x 800 by 8.7 inches, the same size and resolution as the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. In addition to Eye Comfort, Reading and Dark Mode, there is also a Sunlight Mode to improve the reliability of the book. Powering the Realme Pad Mini is the Unisoc T616. It is the same processor of the Galaxy Tab A8 10.5 (2021) and a chipset more powerful than the MediaTek Helio P22T of the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. Buyers can choose between 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage and 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. Depending on the configuration, the microSD card slot can be used to add up to 1TB of additional storage.

Most economical tablets come with standard cameras that are better than mortgages, and Realme Pad Mini is no exception. It has a 5MP front camera for video recording and face unlock support is the only biometric security solution available on the tablet. On the back is an 8MP camera, without an LED flash for eye-catching photos. However, those who opt for the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite should enjoy a longer battery life, as it has a battery with a capacity of 6,400 mAh and supports fast charging of 18W (adapter included). In comparison, the Samsung tablet has a 5,100 mAh battery with a 15 W charge.

Since many users will try to use the tablet for media consumption, Realme has added high-quality stainless steel and an audio connector. The LTE version also offers dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0 and a nano SIM card slot. Unfortunately, the Pad Mini runs Android 11 instead of Android 12, with a custom UI in addition to the Android tablet. Currently, Realme’s new Android tablet is only available in the Philippines, priced at 9,990 pesos (~$195) for the 3+32GB LTE version and 11,990 pesos (~$234) for the 4+64GB LTE version. The price of the WiFi variant has not been announced, nobody knows Realme Pad Mini It will be launched in other regions.

source: Realme/Lazada

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