Realme Pad Live Images Leaked Online, Here’s How the Metal Bodied Slim Tablet Looks in Real Life

Realme continues to hype the launch of Realme Pad, this time unveiling it on its community forum.


Realme is prepping up for the launch of its first ever tablet on September 9. The brand will also be unveiling its Realme 8s and Realme 8i at the same event. They recently unveiled their first ever laptop, Realme Book (Slim) too. Realme is leaving no stone to hype the excitement for their first ever Realme Pad. Now, in a recent development, one of its community members has posted live images of Realme Pad on the forum. The post gives us better insights into how the Realme Pad will look and how slim it can be. Realme has already confirmed the screen details of its Pad. Let’s take a close at Realme Pad live images:

Realme Pad Live Images, Here’s How The Device Looks in Real Life

A community post by Rohit_1997 on Realme community forum reveals the live images of Realme Pad. The user also describes what it feels like to hold the Realme Pad and setting it up. As you can see in the below pictures, the Realme Pad is quite a slim tablet with a thickness of just 6.9mm. The post reveals that tablet is very lightweight and the metal body feels very premium on the hands. Realme has added its logo to the right bottom side of its upcoming tablet. The tablet may come with a single rear camera of 8MP with autofocus and a front 8MP camera with fixed focus. The upcoming Realme tablet is confirmed to feature a 26.31 cm/ 10.4-inch display with slightly thick bezels around the display. The display is also confirmed to have a WUXGA+ resolution of 2000 x 1200 and as per the user, the colour reproduction is on point. We can also see a power button and speakers on the right side of the tablet. It is expected to have a quad-speaker setup.

Realme Pad Leaked Specifications

As far as leaked specs go, the tablet will draw power from a MediaTek Helio G80 SoC. It could come with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Realme is likely to offer an additional slot for the microSD card storage expansion. The bottom edge of the tablet might have a small cutout for the smart stylus. It will also come with a USB Type-C port and a quad-speaker setup. Realme’s tablet is likely to pack a 7,100 mAh battery with fast charging support. It will come in WiFi-only/ LTE models and run Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0 out of the box.