Realme Pad Mini | Realme Tablet | Realme Pad 2

Nithvik
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Hi Friends, We are going to discuss the Realme Pad Mini. Realme Pad is a welcome addition to the less than Rs 20,000 tablet market in India. It is an ideal choice for online courses and basic entertainment purposes.

It comes with a powerful quad-speaker setup, a sleek design, and offers good battery life. Misses a fingerprint scanner, fast charging, even with these disappointments, the Realme Pad is currently the best budget tablet in India.

Realme Pad
Realme Pad Review

Pros:

  • Sleek design
  • Clean software
  • Powerful quad-speakers

Cons:

  • Display attracts smudges
  • No fingerprint scanner
  • Slow to charge

The Realme Pad is intended for students who take online courses or prefer to watch movies and shows on a screen larger than that of a cell phone.

Realme Pad comes with a large screen that produces good colors and viewing angles but doesn’t support HDR and the screen easily picks up spots that can get annoying after a while.

The Realme Pad is an excellent choice as an entertainment device because it also has a quad-speaker setup with Dolby Atmos technology.

In terms of design, this is a sleek and stylish slate that is easy to transport.

Realme Pad

The large battery lasts at least one day with intensive use and up to two days depending on usage.

The tablet software is clean with no third-party apps or too many Realme customization options.

The performance isn’t as good as a good 15,000 rupee smartphone, but this is arguably the most powerful tablet you can get in India for the price right now.

It’s a great option if you’re looking to spend on a cheap tablet, not just for your kid’s educational needs.

Realme Pad price in India                

Realme Pad

Prices for the Realme Pad start at Rs 13,999 for the 3GB + 32GB variant with WiFi connectivity.

The LTE version of Realme Pad is available in two configurations: 3GB + 32GB and 4GB + 64GB, which cost 15,999 rupees and 17,999 rupees, respectively.

Realme Pad runs on “Realme UI for Pad” which is essentially a clean Android experience. There are no Realme UI elements. The tablet comes with just 31 pre-installed apps, all of which are Google apps.

The performance is decent here. Apps open and close quickly, but multitasking can get choppy if too many apps are running in the background. This could also be due to the limited RAM option on the Realme Pad as you can get 3GB or more. 4 GB of RAM is missing in the 6 GB version. When we switch between apps, browsers, Steam apps, etc., we may notice the chipset’s slowness 一 but that’s to be expected given that it’s an entry-level chipset and also low in RAM.

Realme Pad

The 8-megapixel rear camera is good enough to scan documents or take a few photos if necessary. Otherwise, the quality of the photos here is pretty average. There is no flashlight, which means that it is difficult to take photos in the dark after sunset. Good choice as the front camera is better than most budget notebooks.

Realme Pad

The Realme Pad has a quad-speaker setup with Dolby Atmos, two up, two down, it gets loud and they are well-tuned, the quality was surprisingly loud and more pleasant, there is also support for HiRes audio and you get a 2.5mm headphone jack.

The connectivity options include support for dual-band WiFi and Bluetooth 5. The LTE version also supports voice calls, but you must use a speaker or headset.

An 18W charger is included for charging, along with a Type A to Type C connector. The tablet also supports reverse charge using OTG cable.

Buy it if…                                                         

  • You want a good tablet on budget 
  • Can consume lot of content 
  • You prefer sleek design

Don’t buy it if…

  • You want a tablet for productivity
  • You want add-on accessories 

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