Realme Book Laptop and Realme Pad Tablet will be the company’s two new upcoming products, according to leaked images. Realme recently unveiled a laptop and tablet, both of which will be the company’s first in their respective categories. The leaked images not only indicate the names of the products but also show their design. The Realme Book images are said to be from a prototype device and Realme Pad appears to be of an iPad-like design. It is speculated that the two products will hit the market during the global launch of the Realme GT 5G smartphone this month.
According to the images leaked by Android Authority, Realme is expected to launch a laptop called the Realme Book and a tablet called the Realme Pad very soon. Yesterday, Realme India and Europe CEO Madhav Sheth teased an upcoming laptop and company CMO Francis Wong teased a tablet. Now, images have popped up for both devices showing the design of Realme Book and taking a look at Realme Pad.
Starting with the laptop, the teaser shared by Sheth suggested that the laptop was inspired by the MacBook design, and the name seems to be. Realme can name its laptop Realme Book, which according to the report will have an aluminum case and display with an aspect ratio of 3: 2. The pictures show speaker grilles on the underside with holes for ventilation. The screen is surrounded by narrow bezels and there is a Realme logo on the top. The report states that this is a prototype of the Realme book, so it should be noted that the final product may not be accurately portrayed here.
At Realme Pad, the company’s CMO Francis Wong asked fans on Twitter what the new Realme tablet should be called – Realme Pad or Realme Tab. At the time of writing, Realme Tab received a majority of the vote with 50.6 percent, but it appears as if the company would prefer Realme Pad. But that could change when the real launch takes place. There’s only one picture for Realme Pad, and it shows the side profile of a slim tablet with sharp edges reminiscent of the iPad Pro, as well as a small bump from the camera module.
The Realme Tab image is nicknamed “GT” at the top, suggesting the company might showcase its laptop and tablet at the Realme GT 5G global launch scheduled for June 15.
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