The Android tablet market is less user-friendly than the smartphone market, and Android specifically hasn’t shown to be very practical or usable as a tablet operating system. The majority of accessible Android tablets don’t provide a well-optimized package. Even those with high performance often struggle with short battery life and subpar displays. Some tablets just resemble their smartphone counterparts with a larger display. With the Realme Pad X, Realme has a new competitor in the budget tablet market.
This is the first 5G tablet from the company, and it’s also one of the few in this price range with 5G connectivity though there is more.
Realme Pad X: A Great Big Screen Tablet
Being a Realme tablet, the Realme Pad X has a sturdy construction. It seems sturdy and comfortable to grip. It feels like a tablet intended for the market above in terms of fit, finish, and materials. Glacier Blue and Glowing Grey are the two-color options for the Realme Pad X.
The display boasts a 10.95-inch LCD panel with a resolution of 2000×1200 pixels and a maximum brightness of 450 nits. The tablet has an excellent screen-to-body ratio of 84%, which is impressive. The display’s bezels are symmetrical and sufficiently thick to provide a firm grip and discourage unintentional touches.
We are dealing with a sharp, detailed panel as far as display quality is concerned. There could have been a better viewing angle, however. The 450 nits of brightness are compensated for by the anti-glare coating, which is likewise not awful at all. The color accuracy is precise and serves its intended purpose. If your expectations are realistic, the display of the Realme Pad X won’t let you down.
A Stylish Realme Pencil
The brand-new Realme Pencil is a little too thick for our tastes, but it’s still reasonably priced, even as an extra accessory and it works nicely. The plastic tip glides on display flawlessly. Additionally, it supports 4096 pressure levels, which enhances the user experience. Additionally, the pencil includes a flat magnetic side that is readily attached to the tablet’s top.
Realme Pad X Large Screen Tablets Performance
The Realme Pad X features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 5G system on a chip along with an Adreno 619 GPU. The tablet has up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The mid-range chip reflects the performance of the tablet. Tablets are typically used for surfing, playing games, watching videos, and occasionally using social media. These jobs are easily handled by the processor, who is also reasonably adept at multitasking. It’s a straightforward, dependable chip that will always do the job. Realme has undoubtedly included features like multi-window support, flexible windows, extended gesture controls for screenshots, etc.
When it comes to audio quality, the tablet shines. Clear vocals and accurate pitch are delivered in surround by the four speakers. Even at its highest volume, the audio output is loud and has the correct pitch. The onboard Dolby ATMOS enhances the viewing and hearing experience as well.
Camera and Battery
The Realme Pad X includes two cameras: an 8MP wide-angle sensor up front and a 13MP camera on the back. While the back camera is perfectly enough and produces passable images in daylight, its low-light performance may be improved. Its wide-angle configuration allows it to capture a larger field of view. Additionally, it features improvements for video calling. Realme refers to the Limelight function, which enhances lighting when a video conversation is in progress.
The Realme Pad X is a big tablet and is the ideal match for the 8340mAh large battery pack supported by 33W rapid wired charging.
The Final Verdict
The Realme Pad X is a solid choice in the midrange tablet market with something to offer everyone. Besides having additional RAM, storage, and 5G capability, the Realme Pad X’s base Wi-Fi edition is more than capable of meeting most daily needs. It is simple to use and operate because of its small size and lightweight.