Realme Pad to Feature 8MP Front and Rear Cameras, Key Specifications Leaked

The Realme Pad will signal the brand's official entry into the tablet category, alongside its purported launch of a first laptop too.


The Realme Pad is seemingly inching closer to launch. Now, nearer to its launch date, key camera specifications of the purported tablet have now been listed online by Twitter user, Sudhanshu Ambhore. According to the post, the Realme Pad is set to feature identical front and rear cameras, which makes an increasing amount of sense since video conferencing has become a task of significance ever since the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak.

According to the post, the Realme Pad features an 8MP rear camera with 1/3.6-inch type image sensor, autofocus, and a standard angle camera with f/2.8 lens and electronic stabilisation. Interestingly, the front facing camera features the exact same specifications, but instead of an autofocus module, it features a fixed focus layout. The use of same resolution sensors for both the front and the rear cameras is likely to ensure that the tablet offers good video conferencing abilities.

The Realme Pad (or Realme Tab) is expected to launch soon, but it is not clear if Realme may instantly bring the tablet to global markets such as India, or restrict it to its home market in China, for the time being. The tablet has surfaced in a number of leaks so far, which have suggested that it may feature flattened side panels similar to the Apple iPad Pro lineup. Even in the design leak, the tablet appeared to reveal a single rear camera unit.

The Realme Pad is also expected to feature a 7,000mAh battery, which would be reasonably large — although whether its capacity holds up for long enough battery stamina remains to be seen. The upcoming tablet will be an interesting one to watch, since Realme has always offered strong value proposition with its products. The tablet, along with the Realme Book laptop, will mark new categories for the company, which started its journey with smartphones, but has since expanded to smartwatches and true wireless earbuds with fairly decent offerings in each category.