Realme Pad : 2YoDo Detailed Review

Realme Pad is first tablet by the company offering and it’s a simple budget Android tablet that aims to offer overall experience. Realme Pad got the usual Android tablet bearings for its prices like a large display, good speakers, big battery and decent cameras.

Price in India

The Realme Pad starts at ₹13,999 for the Wi-Fi only model and ₹15,999 for the LTE model.

Design | Display

Realme Pad design is subtle with the gold adding a bit of premium feel to it.

Overall it’s light and slim and feels good on the hands but a case will give a better grip on the tablet.

The Realme Pad has a 10.4-inch WUXGA+ display with thick bezels on all sides.

The Realme Pad display is bright with good contrast.

Realme Pad brightness is also quite adequate for outdoors so you won’t find yourself squinting to see what’s on the screen.

The Realme Pad touch response is also good but the screen is a fingerprint magnet which does get quite annoying after a certain point in time.

Realme Pad runs realme UI for Pad based on Android 11.

This is near-stock Android which is great as you don’t get any bloatware and you’re instead treated to a clean UI.

You can still have the suite of Google apps pre-installed on the home screen which you can customise according to your preference.

These include no customisation options for the theme, colours, and app icon size.

Performance

Gaming on a Realme Pad doesn’t feel great but for those interested, 2YoDo did try out a few games on the Realme Pad.

You can play the game but with the graphics in the lowest settings.

The Realme Pad has a 7,100mAh battery which during our usage last for around a day on a full charge.

This mostly consists of watching a lot of videos, playing games and using social media apps.

Realme Pad also comes with an 18W charger but the tablet takes almost three hours to fully charge.

The Realme Pad standby time is also pretty great as you can go days without charging it and still find some battery left on it.

Audio

The Realme Pad speakers are quite the star and adding to that is Dolby Atmos.

That’s why this Realme Pad is an entertainment treat with a large bright screen, long battery life and great speakers.

Realme Pad also has Widevine L1 support so you can watch Netflix in HD.

The app is not optimise for Realme Pad so the user experience isn’t great.

But this doesn’t affect your watching experience it is annoying to see that the app doesn’t make use of the entire screen.

Cameras

The Realme Pad has 8-megapixel rear and front cameras.

The Realme Pad selfie camera is on the side so you’ll have to hold the tablet horizontally to use it.

The camera app on the Realme Pad is very simple with nothing much to see around.

But it does have an expert mode that lets you adjust some settings like the ISO.

The Realme Pad has 8-megapixel camera takes some average looking shots but don’t expect exceptional results from the camera.

The Realme Pad selfie camera was surprisingly good for its wide-angle view.

Realme Pad selfie shots won’t come out great but the wide-angle photos do appear decent enough.

And it’s quite useful for video calls which can be helpful for both students and working professionals, and maybe that’s why the Realme has use a quite good sensor.

The Realme Pad also has face unlock which works even when the tablet is in portrait mode given the camera placement.

2YoDo Conclusion

The Realme Pad is a Android tablet that delivers on what it promises.

Realme Pad has decent overall performance and gets its basics right when it comes to the battery life, display and user experience.

If you are going for a budget Android tablet to get your regular work done or just need a bigger device for your binge-watching needs then the Realme Pad can definitely be go for product.

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