There is no denying the fact that tablets have become a go-to device that has seen a huge spike in terms of their demand which has, in turn, led to brands pulling their sleeves up to match the supply of the same with the respective demand. Owing to this, there have been a plethora of tablets launched by many brands and the competition amongst these have also seen a spike. After the launch of the Moto G70 tab, the device has been constantly been compared with a bunch of already available tablets in the markets, and this is a pretty good way of looking at which brand offers what and how well it fares in comparison with the rest, that helps the interested buyers to make an informed decision.
Let’s take a look at the features of the Moto G70 tab in comparison with the Realme Pad.
Starting off with the Motorola device. Moto Tab G70 LTE has its looks and feels quite premium and very elegant, thanks to its sleek 7.5mm aluminium body. The dual-tone colour finish on the back gives the look of premium. The IPS LCD display comes intact with 2K resolution and has slim bezels covered. On the other hand, the Realme Pad comes with a smaller screen measuring 10.4-inch, therefore the Moto device trumps the Realme device here.
For better and also secured entertainment and usage, Motorola has made good additions to the device. Software-wise, it comes packed with Android 11, sans any bloatware. Motorola ensures an upgrade to Android 12 with two years’ worth of security updates. One cool thing is that You can also get Google Kids Space which lets you create a parent-supervised profile for kids, giving them access to age-appropriate content. Limits on usage and content restrictions can be managed via the Google Family Link app.
In terms of performance as well, the Motorola Moto G70 Tab is the winner since the Moto G70 tab comes powered by the MediaTek Helio G90T chipset. The SoC provides enough grunt for smooth functioning from day to day and can handle casual gaming as well. There’s 4GB of RAM onboard and multitasking is handled smoothly as well while the Realme Pad comes with the MediaTek Helio G80. Along the lines of the battery also, the Realme Pad has a 7100mAh battery which of course is a good addition however if you compare it with the 7700mAh battery of the Moto G70 tab, the former seems a bit lacking.
Realme Pad does offer a 3.5mm headset jack (a feature missing on the Moto Tab G70), the Tab G70’s larger display, better performance and bigger battery do help its cause. The features that are indeed present in the tablet does compensate or cover for the features that are missing making the Moto G70 tablet the better choice here over the Realme Pad.