Realme Pad 2 Review: Elevating Style and Functionality for Tablet Enthusiasts

In this article, let's find out the interesting details of the newly launched tablet of Realme.


Realme has only released two tablet devices since its introduction in 2018 so far. The Realme Pad 2 is the company’s second tablet and has some upgrades over the first model in terms of performance and design. In the sub-Rs. 20,000 tablet market, which is dominated by inexpensive tablets without this capability, also adds cellular connectivity to the mix, making it a unique proposition. Additionally, there is a quick 120Hz refresh rate display and speedier charging. What’s more, the software on the base model has been enhanced for wide-screen viewing and comes with 6GB of RAM as well.


  • The tablet is available in two colors: Inspiration Green and Imagination Grey. As one can see, Realme is targeting both of these products towards young consumers. The unit we received for evaluation in a brilliant green color seems very appealing, despite the fact that I found its design and material choices to be rather reminiscent of those of Oppo’s Pad Air.
  • The chassis of the Realme Pad 2 is made of a metal frame with flat sides and a polycarbonate insert that occupies about a fourth of the back surface. When the smartphone is held horizontally, the huge camera module is located at one end of the plastic band, which runs from edge to edge (including the frame) on the top half of the device. All of the radio communications’ required antennas are conveniently concealed beneath the insert. Although noticeable, the camera hump does not extend far from the tablet’s surface and does not cause it to sway when it is placed on a flat surface.

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Specifications and Software:

  • The 6nm MediaTek Helio G99 SoC included in the Realme Pad 2 powers a lot of low-cost devices and has been around for a while. The Redmi Pad, which is the main rival of this tablet, is also included in this list of gadgets. The normal satellite global positioning systems are supported, along with Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.2, support for a number of LTE bands, and other communication standards.
  • For those who want to plug in headphones, there is no headphone jack. You do, however, receive a SIM card tray with slots for a SIM and a microSD card, the latter of which supports up to 1TB of storage. The tablet’s 8,360mAh battery may be recharged with the 33W charger that comes with it.
  • Its software interface would be an advance over the earlier Realme Pad. It isn’t a ‘light’ or simplified version of the conventional Realme UI interface that can be found on certain of its entry-level devices, which also included the prior design. With all the customization options one would anticipate from Realme’s smartphones, as well as a few extras, the new Realme Pad 2 receives the complete treatment. A lower dock is also there, displaying recently launched and pinned apps that are running in the background. The usefulness of this dock, however, is only available on the homescreen because it cannot be accessed from any other location in the interface or dragged up over outside applications.
  • Compared to most previous Realme tablets and devices at this price point, the Realme Pad 2 contained just one pre-installed third-party program (Facebook), which could be removed.

Realme Pad 2 Price in India:

In India, the Realme Pad 2’s entry-level model costs Rs. 19,999 and comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The most expensive model, which retails for Rs. 22,999, comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. Both versions come with LTE connectivity as standard, so the older model’s greater price is absolutely justified, especially when you take into account the additional improvements it provides.

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