Realme Pad X Launch Officially Set for May 26: Design Revealed

This is Realme's third Android tablet.

Realme entered the tablet segment last year with the launch of the Realme Pad budget tablet and this year, the company also launched an ultra-affordable tablet called the Realme Pad Mini. Now, the company is gearing up to launch a new tablet, which will be the third tablet from the house of Realme. The Realme Pad X tablet will be launched on May 26 in China.

Realme has just confirmed the launch of Realme Pad X in China. Unlike the previous two tablets, the Realme Pad and Realme Pad Mini, the upcoming Pad X will be a mid-range tab and this is also likely the rumoured Realme Pad 5G.

Realme Pad X To Launch on May 26

The Realme Pad X will launch in China next Thursday at 2 PM local time, which is 11:30 AM IST. Ahead of the official launch, Realme has revealed the tablet’s design via the launch poster and it also confirms the support for a stylus, which could be called as Realme Pencil. The tablet has been shown off in the Neo Green colour option in the official poster. On the back, the tablet will come with Checkered flag style printing all along on the rear camera module.

Further, the device is also confirmed to feature a single rear camera with AI capabilities. The device will measure just 7.1mm thick and it will also support SIM. The front camera sits on the side bezel, making it convenient for users to make video calls in landscape mode.

Realme Pad X Specifications

The Realme Pad X is expected to feature a 2.5K resolution LCD display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The pad might come with an 11-inch display. Under the hood, the device could be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor with an integrated Adreno 650 GPU. Lastly, the slate is said to be equipped with an 8360mAh battery unit. More details of the upcoming Pad X will be confirmed in the coming days.

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