Realme Pad X tablet with Snapdragon processor launched in China, coming soon to India – check out price, specifications and features
Realme Pad Xis a new Android tablet from the Chinese smartphone maker.
- It weighs 499 grams and comes in three colour options.
- According to the company’s India head, the Realme Pad X is coming soon to India.
AdvertisementChinese smartphone maker Realme unveiled its latest Android tablet, the Realme Pad X. Featuring a sleek design and weighing 499 grams, the Realme Pad X is powered by a mid-range Snapdragon chipset and is coming soon to India.
Realme Pad X – features and specifications
The Realme Pad X sports a sleek design, measuring just 7.1mm thick and weighing 499 grams. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 chipset that we’ve seen in a few other smartphones launched recently. Unfortunately, it still runs on Android 11 with Realme UI 3.0 on top, even though Android 12 has been out for several months now.
The Realme Pad X features a 11-inch FHD+ LCD display with 2000 x 1200 resolution. It has a 13MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera for video calling. Unfortunately, it comes in a Wi-Fi-only variant, so you cannot use cellular connectivity outside of Wi-Fi coverage.
The Realme Pad X comes in two memory variants – 4GB and 6GB, with 64GB and 128GB storage respectively, along with an option to expand the internal storage using a microSD card.
It is equipped with an 8,340mAh battery and supports 33W fast charging, and sports Dolby Atmos-tuned quad speakers.
Realme Pad X – price and availability
The Realme Pad X price starts at CNY 1,299 (approx. ₹15,000) for the 4GB + 64GB variant and CNY 1599 (approx. ₹18,500) for the 6GB RAM+128GB variant. It comes in three colour options – Star Grey, Sea Salt Blue and Bright Chessboard, although it seems that only the Star Grey option is headed to India.
The Realme Pad X is expected to launch in India soon, but the exact details in this regard are not known yet.
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