- Realme Pad battery has been spotted on TUV Rheinland and DEKRA certification websites.
- The certifications reveal the tablet will have a 7,100mAh battery capacity.
- Realme Pad tablet was teased at the Realme GT global launch back in June.
Realme Pad is already confirmed to be in the works by the company at the Realme GT global launched in June. However, the exact launch timeline is yet to be revealed but we can speculate it may arrive before the end of this year. Recently, the alleged Realme Pad live images have surfaced, showing off the front and back design. Now, a new Realme battery with the model number BLT001 has been spotted at TUV Rheinland and DEKRA certification websites with a 7,100mAh battery capacity, courtesy of MySmartPrice. This suggests that we might be looking at the Realme Pad considering no Realme phone is in the works with that battery capacity. Unfortunately, that’s pretty much everything that is revealed from the certifications.
Realme Pad alleged live images show the front and back of the tablet. It seems to be made from aluminium or metal alloy structure and has a single camera on the back that is placed in a protruding square module. The frame has a square design and resembles Apple iPad Pro models. From the front, the Realme Pad has a sizeable bezel above and below the display. The Realme Pad seems to be available in Silver colour, but there could be other options at launch. The tablet could arrive as a mid-range offering and may have 4G LTE connectivity.
This comes at times when OnePlus is also said to be working on a tablet device and had already trademarked the OnePlus Pad moniker in India and at the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) recently. We should learn more details about the Realme Pad going forward. Stay tuned.