Can’t get enough of realme’s tablet lineup? Prepare yourselves for realme PH is about to launch its newest realme Pad Mini here in the Philippines on 4.4 or April 4 at 6:00 pm, a fantastic day simply to upgrade your tech gadgets for your everyday activities.
The realme Pad Mini is also the first realme device to be released in the Philippines, ahead of other locations. It is a smaller version of the previously launched realme Pad, having a smaller footprint but fundamentally the same design with slightly altered features to meet a lower price range.
Learn what to expect from this latest gadget and join us as we witness the realme Pad Mini being unboxed.
Unboxing the Package
Right away, the realme Mini Pad is bundled in its normal white box, which includes an image of the Mini Pad on the front and a summary of the tablet’s features and specifications on the back.
The realme Pad Mini tablet, a type-C cable, an 18-W charger, a warranty card, a short instruction, and a SIM ejector tool are all included.
When you grasp the realme Pad Mini, it seems compact and slim, and because it is the smaller form of the realme Pad, it is lightweight and comfortable to carry even in one hand.
The realme Pad Mini is only 7.6mm thick, giving it a small and compact profile. It is made of aluminum alloy and comes in the same color as the iPad mini, a dark grey that gives it a robust appearance. The realme branding and an 8-megapixel single camera lens may be found on the back.
When the tablet is in portrait mode, the power button and volume controls are located on the upper right side, as is common for tablets. While the SIM and microSD card slots are on the opposite side that supports two nano-sized SIM cards and up to 1TB microSD card in a hybrid arrangement.
It uses a USB Type-C port on the bottom of the device, flanked by the microphone and speaker grille, for charging, while the headphone jack and second speaker are positioned on the opposite end, making it easier to use the tablet in landscape mode.
The realme Pad Mini lacks a fingerprint scanner, however, it does support other standard screen unlock methods such as PIN and Face unlock.
It has an 8.7-inch IPS display with a resolution of 800 x 1340 pixels, which is lower than the previous realme Pad. The quality isn’t as sharp, although the smaller panel helps a little. Fortunately, the side bezels aren’t overly huge, but the top and bottom chins seem to be too large.
This gadget is ideal for reading eBooks, viewing videos, and playing games in landscape mode, with an 81.5 percent screen-to-body ratio and a 5:3 aspect ratio. The realme Pad Mini also has built-in stereo speakers, which are adequate for a movie night if desired.
The front and back cameras on the realme Pad Mini are also excellent for such a little tablet. This smartphone has an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, making it fine for online learning.
This powered by the Unisoc Tiger T616 SoC with 12 nm architecture, a clock speed of up to 2GHz, paired with Mali-G57 MP1 GPI, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. It also allows storage expansion by microSD card up to 1TB.
It also contains a SIM card slot that allows 4G/LTE and both data and voice conversations, making it ideal for on-the-go virtual meetings. It also has a 6,400mAh battery and 18W rapid charging capabilities.
Specifications of the Realme Pad Mini
- 7-inch WUXGA+ (1340 x 800) display, 179ppi
- Unisoc T616 SoC
- Mali-G57 GPU
- 3GB, 4GB RAM
- 32GB, 64GB storage
- microSD up to 1TB (hybrid)
- 8MP rear camera; 5MP front camera
- 4G LTE
- WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
- Bluetooth 5.0
- GPS, A-GPS, BDS, GLONASS
- 5mm audio jack
- Dual stereo speakers
- realme UI for Pad (Android 11)
- 6,400mAh battery w/ 18W fast charging, reverse charging support
- 8 x 124.48 x 7.6mm
- 372 g
- Grey, Blue
The realme Pad Mini is smaller and slimmer than the original realme Pad, but the quality is not compromised. It’s safe to say that this is a must-have for everyone who wants to watch, play, or browse on a bigger screen than their phones. It’s also an excellent choice for on-the-go virtual meetings and last-minute job tasks.