Realme has unveiled a new tablet called the Pad X. Ahead of today’s launch, we’d come across the device renders, colours, and key features through leaks and official listings. Well, only some of it was accurate. The device comes in three colours, namely, blue, green, and grey. Out of the lot, the Neon Green variant stands out with a checkered band beneath the tab’s rear camera island. The other attractions of the new Pad are the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 processor, an 8340mAh battery, an 11-inch 2K display, Android 12, Dolby Atmos-driven speakers, and a 7.1 slim profile.

Let’s kick off with its price tag and then get into other details.

Realme Pad X Price and Availability

Realme Pad X

Realme Pad X costs ¥1299 (~₹15043) for the 4GB + 64GB model and ¥1599 (~₹18517) for the 6GB + 128GB variant. You can purchase the magnetic stylus for ¥499 (~₹5778), Smart Keyboard for ¥399 (~₹4620) and a folio case for ¥99 (~₹1146). All of these are currently available in the Chinese market.

Although the company is yet to announce the Realme Pad X Indian availability, the tablet has apparently been BIS certified which suggests an imminent launch in the country. For now, here are the Pad X specifications —

Realme Pad X Specs and Features

Realme Pad X

Realme has packed in a Snapdragon 695 chip and an 8340mAh battery within a 7.1 slim profile. 

The front of the slate is an 11-inch LCD screen with a 60Hz refresh rate, and 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity for the supported stylus (sold separately). The stylus works at up to 60 degrees tilt and is magnetic in nature, so when not in use, you can attach it to the side of the tablet. The Pad is also compatible with a Smart Keyboard that offers 1.3mm key travel.

As for the cameras, you get a 13MP sensor on the back and an 8MP shooter on the front.

The rest of the repertoire consists of the Android 12 based Realme UI for Pad, Dolby Atmos-supported quad-speaker set up, up to 6+128GB memory combination, TF card slot, USB-C port, and a 33W adapter.

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