Since its debut in 2018, Realme has only launched two tablet devices so far. The Realme Pad 2 is the brand's second tablet and comes with some performance and design-related improvements over the previous model. It also adds cellular connectivity to the mix which makes it a unique offering in the sub-Rs. 20,000 tablet segment, which consists mainly of budget-friendly tablets that lack this feature. There's also faster charging, and a fast 120Hz refresh rate display. More importantly, the base variant is also equipped with 6GB of RAM and its software has been optimised for a wide-screen experience. But has Realme cut any corners to deliver a tablet at this competitive price, and can it actually beat the recently launched Redmi Pad when it comes to value? Let's find out.
Realme 11 Pro+ 5G has been officially launched in India and going by the nomenclature, it should be the successor to the Realme 10 Pro+ 5G (Review). However, with the number of upgrades on offer, the 11 Pro+ 5G finds itself competing against higher-priced rivals such as the Redmi Note 12 Pro+ 5G (Review), Motorola Edge 40 (Review), iQoo Neo 7 (Review), and the Poco F5 5G (Review). The phone certainly packs some promising hardware on paper, including a new 200-megapixel primary camera, 100W fast charging and a capable performance unit.
The Realme Narzo N53 has been launched as the company's new budget offering. It sits below the recently launched Narzo N55, which is a rebadged version of the Realme C55 (Review). The new Narzo N53 borrows the 'Mini Capsule' feature from its elder sibling, which is Realme's take on the iPhone 14 Pro's (Review) Dynamic Island implementation. The N53 also seems to have taken some design inspiration from Apple's flagship phone. Is the Narzo N53 worth considering? Here is our review to help you decide.