Digital Desk: Realme launched its first Android-based tablet in September 2020. The pad runs on the Android 11 operating system. Android devices are often criticized for fetching too few updates and not sufficiently long-term backing.
However, Realme is not changing its operating system for the recently launched tablet by ensuring that its brand new Realme Pad won’t get Android 12.
In an FAQ posted this week, the company instantly confirmed that the Realme Pad would not get Android 12. Therefore, it would not be delayed, but the tablet’s significant update life cycle is over before it begins. Nevertheless, the tablet will resume getting protection updates and “performance updates.”
The FAQ read, “Will Realme Pad be updated to Android 12?.” The company replied, “No, Realme Pad will not be updated to Android 12. But, it will keep receiving security and performance updates throughout its software lifecycle.”
The mid-sized pad delivers a MediaTek chip, 2000×1200 LCD at 10.4-inches, including up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The cost of the tablet starts at ₹ 13,999 in India, approximately $190 in USD.
Besides, the Nokia T20 tablet costs $249 and pledges at least two years of major OS support and three years of protection patches.