realme Pad Mini Launching First in PH

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realme announced that the realme Pad Mini will debut in the Philippines ahead of other markets. The new tablet boasts powerful entertainment and performance features housed in a smaller package.

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The Mini comes as a follow-up to the successful launch of the realme Pad in October last year. It was the brand’s first tablet and sold out in the span of six minutes during its first e-commerce selling.

We are excited to be the first country to launch the realme Pad Mini as we are confident in the new innovations it can bring to the tablet category. This marks an incredible milestone for us as this shows how the Philippines continues to be one of the valued markets for the brand. Moreover, it underscores our commitment to bring the brand’s latest technologies to our ever-supportive Filipino realme Squad, who can finally be the first in the world to get their hands on this mini yet powerful tablet.”

Austine Huang, realme Philippines’ VP for Marketing

The realme Pad Mini is one of the slimmest tablets in its price and size segment with a 7.6mm slim design and weight of about 372g. It is built around an 8.7-inch display with a resolution of up to 1340×800 pixels. It provides Eye Comfort features like Reading Mode, Dark Mode, and Sunlight Mode to help protect your eyes.

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Under the hood, it is powered by a Unisoc T616 processor and equipped with a 6400mAh battery with support for 18W Quick Charge.

The realme Pad Mini will arrive in Grey and Blue color options with Aluminum Alloy Bodies. It will first launch with 3GB+32GB LTE and 4GB+64GB LTE variants, but a 3GB+32GB WiFi variant will follow as well.

realme has yet to reveal the exact launch date of the realme Pad Mini in the Philippines though. Keep updated by following realme on Facebook or by visiting the official website.

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