The ember month is fast approaching and lots of tech consumers are looking up to the iPhone 12s or the iPhone 13 series smartphone. Not only the iPhone 13 series are launched, Apple usually unveils its latest tablet.
The upcoming tablet for this year will be the iPad Mini 6 tablet and today, the renders of the tablet and some key specs have appeared. First off, the design looks like that of the iPad Air fourth generation with its narrow bezels and thickness.
It will likely come in five colour options as Space Gray, Silver, Rose Gold, Green, and Sky Blue. The display will be an 8.4-inch Liquid Retina with a 60Hz refresh rate. It will have a dimension of 206 x 138 x 6.1mm.
Under the hood, it is expected to be driven by Apple’s A15 Bionic chipset. It will come with a Touch ID scanner housed in the power button. There are reports that it will come with the company’s third-generation Pencil stylus and WiFi only and 5G cellular model.
Realme Pad tipped to come with eMMC 5.1 storage, quad speakers, and more
Earlier today, realme confirmed that its first-ever tablet called realme Pad will be launching in India on September 9. It will be unveiled alongside the realme 8i and the realme 8s. Ahead of the official announcement, the key features of this product have emerged on the internet.
Tipster Yogesh Brar has tweeted the primary specs of the upcoming realme Pad. According to him, the tablet will feature a sleek and light design with materials like aluminum alloy and plastic.
Further, it will sport a 10.4-inch display, which could be an AMOLED panel. The device will be powered by a MediaTek G80 chipset as hinted by a Geekbench listing a few days back.
Although the tablet will have LPDDR4x RAM, it will come with inferior eMMC5.1 storage. As far as capacity is concurrent, it is said to arrive with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage with support for MicroSD cards.
Like most tablets, this one will be also equipped with quad-speakers with support for DTS HD and Hi-Res Audio. However, as per renders, it will lack a 3.5mm headphone jack.
As per previous reports, the realme Pad will have an 8MP rear camera. It will be available in WiFi-only and cellular (LTE) variants with up to 6GB RAM. Last but not least, the device will run Android 11 and will be backed by a 7,100mAh battery.
As of now, it’s not known how much will the realme Pad cost in India. But Yogesh says that it will be priced competitively.
Realme Pad tipped to come with a MediaTek Helio G80 processor
Indian YouTuber, Sahil Karoul, has revealed the chipset that will be powering the Realme Pad. Earlier today, he tweeted that the Realme Pad will have a MediaTek Helio processor but didn’t reveal which chipset it is. He has now let the cat out of the bag and disclosed that the processor inside the tablet is the Helio G80 processor.
The Helio G80 which launched last year is a mid-range one that can’t measure up to the more powerful processors inside competitor tablets such as the Mi Pad 5 series which is available in Snapdragon 860 and Snapdragon 870 processors. However, with a mid-range chipset, the Realme Pad should be significantly cheaper than those from competitors.
Other details of the Realme Pad already revealed include having a 10.4-inch AMOLED screen, quad speakers, 8MP cameras on each side, and support for a stylus that can be stored inside the tablet. It has also been reported that it will have a 7100mAh battery capacity.
A leak from the same source says the Realme Pad will be launched on September 9.
Oppo Tablet specs and render tipped
A reputable tipster, Digital Chat Station, has revealed what looks like an Oppo Tablet. Oppo is known for making affordable smartphones and some flagships, they have never launched a tablet before but now, it seems like they are trying to enter the tablet market.
Oppo’s sister, Realme, has launched its first-ever laptop dubbed the Realme Book Slim and also preparing to enter the tablet market with the Realme Pad. Vivo, which is also siblings to the Oppo is also working on announcing its first tablet. It may surprise you to know that both Oppo, Vivo, and Realme are under the same umbrella of a company called BBK electronics.
The Oppo Tablet shared by Digital Chat Station appears to have narrow bezels with a high screen to body ratio. It will have a punch-hole cut-out overhead and runs on the company’s ColorOS based on Android.
The operating system will come with a dock bar and desktop widgets that support quick operations. It will also have the Internet of everything, so it also supports interconnected operations with cell phones, watches, headphones, and other devices.
There is no information coming from Oppo regarding this tablet. We speculate that it may launch in the fourth quarter of 2021. The Oppo Tablet resembles the Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6. It may come with similar specifications as the MatePad Pro 12.6.