The tablet industry has been throbbing with the incursion of new entry-level tablets into the market. Multiple cost-effective and all-rounder tablets have been launched by the tech behemoths including smartphone OEMs. Lenovo has gained its reputation in the market with its wide range of affordable and flagship tablets and laptops. Similarly, Realme and Motorola have also emerged as the top contenders in the smartphone and tablet industry. Therefore, today we are going to carry out a comparison between Realme Pad, Lenovo Tab K10, and Moto Tab G20 to help you select the best buy
The Realme Pad features a 10.4 inches screen with a screen-to-body ratio of 80.2 percent. It is an IPS LCD screen that operates on 1200 x 2000 pixels screen resolution, which ensures an immersive picture quality with video playback. Moreover, it has a brightness of 360nits that allows for average sunlight visibility.
The Motorola Tab G20 features an 8.0 inches IPS LCD display. It has a screen-to-body ratio of 76.5 percent and a resolution of 800 x 1280 pixels that allows for a decent viewing experience on the go. The Moto Tab G20 has a brightness of 350 nits, which ensures a decent output under direct sunlight.
The Lenovo Tab K10 has a massive display of 10.3 inches which is also an IPS LCD panel similar to the Realme Pad and the Moto Tab G20. This Lenovo budget tablet has a resolution of 1200 x 1920 pixels and a brightness of 330nits which is also identical to that of the Realme Pad. You will get a similar level of viewing experience with the Realme Pad and the Lenovo Tab K10.
Overall, the Realme Pad comes out to offer the best display The Lenovo Tab K10 offers very close competition to it.
The Realme Pad operates on the MediaTek Helio G80 chipset that is based on a 12nm fabrication and an octa-core CPU cluster. It is available in three variants, 3GB RAM and 32GB storage, 4GB RAM with 64GB storage, and 6GB RAM along with 128GB native storage capacity. It allows an expandable memory of up to 1TB via a shared SIM card slot.
The Moto Tab G20 has 3GB RAM and 32GB of ROM. It operates on MediaTek Helio P22T which is also an octa-core chipset for entry-level tablets. However, this processor is slightly less powerful compared to the Helio G80 used on the Realme Pad tablet.
The Lenovo Tab K10 also operates on a MediaTek Helio P22T octa-core chipset similar to the Moto Tab G20. It has a dedicated microSD card slot. It is available in three different variants to choose from including a 3GB RAM and 32GB storage model, 4GB RAM/64GB ROM, and 4GB RAM+128GB ROM.
Overall, the Realme Pad offers impressive delay-free performance and operates on a more efficient chipset than the other two.
The Realme Pad features an 8MP camera, both upfront and at the rear. Moreover, it lets you record 1080p videos@30fps.
The Moto Tab G20 has a 5MP Autofocus rear camera and a 2MP front camera. It also allows video recording of 1080P and 720P at 30 fps respectively.
On the other hand, the Lenovo K10 is equipped with an 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera which supports flash. It also allows video recording of 1080P at 30fps.
Overall, the Realme Pad offers a higher megapixel camera which is suitable for general photography. However, the overall imaging experience will be quite similar on the Realme Pad and the Lenovo Tab K10 tablets.
Battery and Fast Charging
The Realme Pad houses a massive 7100mAh battery which is accompanied by an 18W fast charging setup. It takes about three hours to completely charge the tablet and you can expect up to 12 hours of video playback on a single charge.
The Moto Tab G20 features a 5100mAh battery which can be recharged with the 10W charger. The battery life is about 12 hours with this tablet. On the contrary, the Lenovo Tab K10 brings in a 7700mAh battery that can charge fully within two hours. Moreover, it also can allow 12 hours of video playback like the remaining tablets in this list.
On comparing all three tablets, we come to the conclusion that all of them offer fairly the same battery backup. However, the Realme Pad has outperformed its competitors in terms of fast charging.
Final Verdict: Which one should you choose
After comparing all the key aspects of the three tablets, we arrive at the conclusion that the Realme Pad would be the best choice for the users, which is both affordable and resourceful. The Lenovo Tab K10 has also offered equally tough competition to the former.