Introducing Realme Pad Mini – Realme’s second tablet
Tablet Realme Pad Mini It is made in smaller dimensions and can be used easily with one hand. The length and width of the tablet are 211.8 and 124.48 mm, respectively, and its thickness reaches 7.6 mm in the thickest part. As such, we are dealing with a thin tablet whose weight is claimed to be 372 grams. On the back of the tablet we see the use of a matte metal frame. Needless to say, Realme Pad Mini looks very similar to Galaxy Tab A7 Lite.
Considering that Realme Pad Mini is a budget tablet, one should not expect much from it. The 8.7-inch screen of this tablet consists of an LCD panel. This display has HD resolution (equivalent to 800 x 1340 pixels) and covers 84.59% of the body surface. The margins of the display are not so much on the sides, but we see relatively large margins on the top and bottom. Perhaps the reason for this is the ease of working with a tablet in landscape mode. It should be noted that the screen of this tablet has the ability to filter blue light and by placing it in reading mode, you can experience reading the text without eye fatigue. Dark Mode is also expected in Realme Pad Mini.
Realme in making this tablet from Unisoc T616 chip is used. This 12 nm chipset has 2 2 GHz cores. title=”ARM introducing new architectures Cortex-A55, A75 and Mali-G72″>Cortex-A75 and 6 1.8 GHz cores Cortex-A55 and Its GPU Mali-G57 neural processors. The manufacturer has provided 3 and 4 GB options for RAM memory and 32 or 64 GB of internal memory (of UFS 2.1 type) has also been assigned to this tablet. Needless to say, by adding microSD, the internal memory can be upgraded to another terabyte.
Camera set on Realme Pad Mini is very simple and low level. On the back of the device, there is only an 8-megapixel camera with an f/2.0 aperture (which also lacks an LED flash). A selfie camera with a resolution of 5 megapixels (f/2.2) is also installed on the front of the device. A powerful 6,400 mAh battery powers the Realme Pad Mini. This battery is equipped with an 18-watt charging standard, and according to the manufacturer’s claim, it provides the possibility of continuous video streaming for 15.8 hours. Support for wired reverse charging is also one of the other features of this tablet.
The manufacturer has optimized the proprietary interface Realme UI for this tablet, but it is surprising why it still uses realme, you can also use Realme Pad Mini using one of Realme’s smart watches or bracelets. unlock The Nearby Share feature allows you to quickly transfer files between your tablet and your phone, and thanks to another feature called Open-up Auto Connection, if your Bluetooth earphones are near Realme Pad Mini, they will automatically connect to this tablet. . Needless to say, you can easily view the contents of this tablet on the TV.
As it was said at the beginning, this tablet is produced in two Wi-Fi and LTE versions. Other communication options of Realme Pad Mini include Bluetooth 5.0, USB-C port and headphone jack. According to the manufacturer’s claim, this tablet has successfully passed several tests, including pressing the power button (200,000 times), pressing the volume button (50,000 times), removing and inserting USB (10,000 times), removing and inserting earphones (5 thousand times) and finally enduring difficult conditions with a temperature of 55 degrees Celsius and a relative humidity of 95% for 5 days.
tablet Realme Pad Mini is produced in blue and gray colors. Pre-order registration for this tablet in the Philippines has already started and will be available soon. The LTE version of this tablet with 3GB/32GB configuration has a price of 9,990 Philippine pesos, which is approximately equal to 195 US dollars at the current exchange rate. The 4GB/64GB configuration of this tablet will also sell for 11,990 pesos ($235). Needless to say, the Wi-Fi version of this tablet will only be available in 3GB/32GB configuration. Of course, at the current stage, this model is apparently not yet ready for release.