Possible Realme Pad Battery Spotted on TUV Rheinland and DEKRA Certifications

A new Realme battery with model number BLT001 has made an appearance on multiple certification websites.

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Realme is working on its first-ever tablet. The company revealed the design of the upcoming tablet last month at the Realme GT Global launch event. The teaser revealed that the upcoming Realme Pad will have flat edges, and rounded corners. Now, a new Realme battery at TUV Rheinland, and DEKRA certification websites. Going by the capacity, it should be the battery for the upcoming Realme Pad. Let us take a look at the details,

Realme Pad will feature a 7000mAh battery unit!

A new Realme battery with model number BLT001 has made an appearance on TUV Rheinland, and DEKRA websites. Going by the certification information, the rated capacity of the battery will be 7,000mAh, while the typical capacity will be 7,100mAh. This will likely not be used in a smartphone because Realme hasn’t used a 7000mAh battery in any handset to date. So, we can assume the company to use such a high-capacity battery in the upcoming Realme Pad.

The design of the upcoming Realme Pad seems to be inspired by Apple’s iPad. The company teaser had confirmed that the upcoming tablet will have flat edges, and rounded corners. The teaser image also confirmed that the camera module will reside on the top left corner of the tablet. The tablet will boot Android OS, but as usual, there might be Realme UI on top.

Nothing is known about Realme’s Android tablet in terms of specifications. However, we can expect to learn more about Realme’s upcoming tablet in the coming weeks/months as it starts popping up on other certification websites. Other Android OEMs such as OPPO, and Vivo are also working on their Android tablets. Recently OnePlus Pad, and Vivo Pad trademarks were registered by the companies. What are your expectations from the upcoming Realme Pad tablet? Do let us know in the comments below.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back while searching for his first smartphone, and started writing about tech recently in 2018. Arpit comes from Mathematics research background and can be found discussing Mathematics when not looking at his phones.