Realme unveiled a new tablet today, the third one in its portofolio, after the Realme Pad and Realme Pad Mini. We’re talking about the Realme Pad X, which is an 11 inch Full HD+ LCD slate with a Snapdragon 695 processor and stylus support.

Realme Pad X has a blue, gray or green back and the green version has a sort of finish line flag pattern below the camera area. The 11 inch screen supports a 2000 x 1200 pixel resolution and a 5:3 aspect ratio, as well as 450 nits of brightness. There’s also support for a pressure sensitive stylus, sold separately. Inside we find a pretty generous 8340 mAh battery, while upfront there’s an 8 MP camera with 105 degree wide angle lens, while the back side gets a 13 MP main shooter.

Realme Pad X measures 7.1 mm in thickness and weighs just 499 grams. It integrates quad speakers with Dolby Atmos, pretty much the norm nowadays for tablets, even more affordable ones. We also get Hi-Res Audio support. The Snapdragon 695 CPU is pretty decent including in games and it’s accompanied by 4 or 6 GB of RAM and up to 128 GB of storage, expandable via microSD. On the software side there’s Realme UI 4.0 for Pad.

The battery mentioned above charges at 33W speeds. The basic version is priced at $193, while the top end model goes for $237, which is not half bad. Open sales start in China on May 31st. Global availability isn’t clear yet.