Realme Pad Mini Listed on NBTC Certification, To Feature 8MP Rear and 5MP Front Camera

The Realme Pad Mini will be powered by a UniSoC processor.

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Realme launched its first-ever Android tabletRealme Pad a few months ago. The company plans to expand its tablet portfolio and will release products at various price points as confirmed by the company vice president Madhav Sheth. Just yesterday, we reported that the company is working on a new tablet with model number RMP2106 for the Indian market. Now, we have spotted yet another Realme tablet with model number RMP2105.

The Realme RMP2105 made its appearance on the NBTC certification website. The certification listing also reveals that the upcoming Realme tablet will carry the Realme Pad Mini moniker. Alongside, we also spotted the upcoming Realme Pad Mini on Camera FV 5 database revealing the specifications of the camera lenses.

Realme Pad Mini Clears NBTC Certification!

 

The upcoming Realme Pad Mini with model number RMP2105 has cleared NBTC certification. Apart from it, the device has also appeared on Camera FV 5 database. The Camera FV database listing reveals that the rear shooter on the device will be an 8MP sensor with a 27.9mm focal length and an f/1.8 aperture. Whereas, the front shooter will be a 5MP sensor with 27.7mm focal length and an f/1.8 aperture.

The Realme Pad Mini was previously spotted on the Geekbench bechmark database and EEC certification. Based on the Geekbench listing, the Realme Pad mini will be powered by an octa-core UniSoC processor and 3GB RAM. The upcoming tablet will boot Android 11.

As the moniker suggets that Realme Pad Mini could very well be a Mini tablet, and might offer an 8-inch display similar to iPad Mini models. Unfortunately, as of now, only this much is known about the upcoming Realme Pad Mini. However, we can expect it to pop up on other certification websites in the coming weeks.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while researching for his first smartphone. He started reporting on consumer tech in 2018 and has also worked with FoneArena in the past.