Realme Pad X is expected to launch in India on July 26 with the Limelight function.
Realme Pad X has a Snapdragon 695 SoC under the hood, as well as up to 6GB RAM and 5GB of additional RAM from the internal storage.
The Realme Pad X is getting closer to its July 26 launch in India. The Chinese conglomerate has begun revealing a few key features that the Pad X will include, the most recent of which is the 'Limelight function,' which is the center of attention.
Limelight Function teased by Realme Pad X
Realme claims that the function intelligently follows the subject's movements and keeps them in the center of the frame for better overall video output. Aside from that, the function includes another feature called 'Camera Auto Framing,' which mimics a real camera by changing the focal length and rotating the gimbal.
The feature will also be available on group video calls with up to five participants. You can test it out on Google Duo, Google Meet, Zoom, and a few other platforms, with more being added as you read this. The underlying algorithm will be in charge of handling call participants and accommodating someone leaving or joining the call in real-time.
Realme's Limelight is similar to Apple's Center Stage functionality for those who are unfamiliar.
Realme Pad X Specifications
The tablet was released in China earlier this year, so we know pretty much all of the specifications it will have unless Realme decides to change a few of them for the Indian market.
When it comes to the Chinese Realme Pad X, it has a Snapdragon 695 SoC under the hood, as well as up to 6GB of RAM and 5GB of additional RAM from the internal storage. Pad X ships with Realme UI 3.0 based on Android 12. There's also 5G.
Onboard is a massive 11-inch LCD 2K display. There's a 13MP primary camera on the back and an 8MP ultrawide shooter with a 105° field of view on the front. There is up to 128GB of storage with up to 512GB of expandable storage via SD Card. Among other things, the Realme Pad X has an 8,340mAh battery and a 33W fast charging technology.
Finally, the Realme Pad X pricing is currently unknown, though there are indications that it will be more expensive than its Chinese counterpart.