Realme Pad Mini India Launch Imminent, Confirmed By Company: Expected Release Date?

Realme Pad Mini India launch is expected to happen anytime soon, as the device has been confirmed to release in the Philippines market, expected by April in the country. Realme Philippines has officially teased the upcoming Realme Pad Mini revealing some of the key specifications. Realme entered the tablet segment last year with Realme Pad, and it’s already been a bestseller in its category.

Realme Pad Mini India Launch Imminent, Confirmed By Company: Release Date?

Now the company is planning to come up with a new tablet, this time smaller and probab in the under Rs 10,000 category. Realme Pad Mini will launch in India by the end of April.

The company is yet to officially confirm the Realme Pad Mini India launch date. Realme Pad Mini has already been spotted on NBTC Certification. 

Realme Pad Mini India Launch Date, Realme Pad Mini Price In India

Realme Pad Mini India launch is expected to happen by April, as leaked in the report, likely to happen in the second half of the month. Coming to color options, the Realme tablet will be available in a single Silver color variant. The company has already confirmed Realme Pad Mini launch in Philippines. 

In terms of pricing, Realme Pad Mini price in India could start somewhere at around Rs 10,000 given Realme is known to aggressively price its products.

Realme Pad Mini Flipkart availability is expected to be confirmed soon as well. 

Realme Pad Mini Specs, Features: leaked Realme Pad Mini Specifications 

Realme Pad Mini will come with an 8.7-inch display, said to be a TFT or an IPS LCD panel. Under the hood, the Realme tablet will run on a Unisoc T616 chipset with upto 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The device will offer additional storage with support for microSD cards. The upcoming tablet by Realme will come with a 5MP front camera.

It will sport a single 8MP camera sensor on the back. Realme Pad Mini is said to be backed by a 6,400mAh with support for 18W fast charging via a USB Type-C port and will boot with Android 11.

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