Earlier this month, we’d gotten our first look at Realme’s first-ever tablet dubbed as the Realme Pad which is expected to debut somewhere during the third or forth-quarter of the year. Now, the same tablet has been certified by Singapore’s IMDA authority, hinting that the device will soon be heading to the South-East Asian market.
As a quick recap, the upcoming Realme Pad will reportedly be arriving with an overall dimension measuring 246.1 x 155.8 x 6.8 mm. Based on what we’d seen from it’s CAD-based renderings, the tablet is likely to feature a regular-looking design upfront with seemingly equal-sized bezels surrounding it’s 10.4” display.
On the rear side, the Realme Pad dons a Grey-Black color scheme with some form of understated elegance. Around the upper-left corner of it’s back panel, there’s also a single camera that protrudes slightly from the surface. This camera, according to the latest leaked information, is expected to be an 8 megapixels (f/2.8 aperture) imaging sensor.
Interestingly, the upcoming Realme Pad is also reportedly shipped with a dedicated stylus that can be stored within a rounded slot along the right edge (when in landscape) of the tablet.