Realme Pad Mini to launch alongside Realme 9 & 9 5G on 12th of May

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Realme will be launching its first tablet alongside the Realme 9 and Realme 9 5G on the 12th of May.

The Android tablet market has floundered in the past few years. It is basically just Samsung which is the only big company making them. TCL have some options, but hardly anyone sells them. Random Chinese brands such as Teclast are your best bet if you can’t justify the cost of Samsung.

Therefore I think Realme could be in a good position for a new Android tablet.

The new tablet is relatively low spec running a Unisoc T616 Processor which consists of two fast ARM Cortex A75 cores at up to 2 GHz and six power-efficient ARM Cortex A55 cores at up to 1.8 GHz.

It then has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.

The display is 8.7”, making It a touch bigger than its namesake, the iPad Mini which is 8.3”.

No word on pricing, but I would expect it to be quite affordable.

Full Press Release

Realme, the world’s fastest-growing smartphone brand confirms it is introducing the realme 9, realme 9 5G and the first Pad Mini in Europe on 12th May, promising the best value 4G and 5G smartphones, and mini tablet available in 2022.

In line with its “dare to leap” spirit, realme continues to combine the most advanced specs with a premium smartphone experience in the mid-range segment. realme 9 is the first smartphone powered by the Samsung ISOCELL HM6 Image Sensor, ensuring the freshest and most advanced camera experience among 4G smartphones. As the first 5G democratiser advocate, realme continues to popularise 5G products by introducing the most affordable 5G smartphones. 

Along with the best value additions to the realme 9 series, the first realme Pad Mini is also being introduced to European markets very soon. Following realme’s 1+5+T AIOT strategy and echoing the spirit of Mini is Mighty, the new devices will provide more possibilities with power and expertly crafted design.

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