Compared with regular mobiles, Specialized devices are not much-getting attention or not needed in a broad base. That’s why most mobile companies didn’t focus on special design devices like tablets, Fold or Flip. But when you have a vast user base, Instead of following the same strategy, trying new things can make separate successor sales. Everybody knows how Samsung creates their unique approach for tablets, and still, they make good sales every year. Now, Oppo Pad Tablet with Snapdragon 870 Processor Launched from $363. Compared with the normal price range Oppo Pad is low in price and comes with good specs.
Oppo Pad Tablet Launched
The Oppo Pad is an 11-inch tablet that caters to China only. It has specs that are just below the “flagship tier.” The design is similar to Apple’s iPad Air but has a unique rear panel with various “Oppo” logos. It looks pretty nice, at the least, it does for me.
The design of the OPPO Pad is based on the Apple iPad Air. The tablet featured a metal frame with a frosted glass back and rounded corners. The tablet’s single-camera sensor and an LED flash module are located in the upper right corner. In the middle, We can find the OPPO logo.
Highlights and Specifications
The display measures 11 inches and features a 120Hz Refresh rate 2560×1600 LCD panel. It runs on the Snapdragon 870 chipset. There are 6GB, 8GB, or 128GB of RAM and 256GB storage. The battery is 8,360 mAh and supports 33W fast charging via USB-C. A charger is included in the box. The rear camera has a 13MP resolution, and the front camera has an 8MP. The spec sheet includes Wi-Fi 6, quad speakers, and camera-based facial unlock. Oppo even makes a tablet-specific keyboard case and stylus.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 870 is the chipset behind the OPPO Pad. It also powers the Xiaomi Pad5 Pro (10.8-inch) and the Huawei MatePad Pro (10.8 inches). It is paired with 6GB/8GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB/256GB UFS 3.1 flash storage. The back of the chip has a 13MP f/2.2 main cam, while the front is equipped with an 8MP camera that We can use for selfies and video calling.
The tablet supports OPPO pencil. It has 4096 levels for pressure sensitivity, 240Hz sampling speed, and 360-degree incognito. You can use the stylus to take notes or draw, and We can also charge it wirelessly via your tablet. OPPO offers an intelligent keyboard that connects magnetically to the tablet.
Color OS Tablet Version
Oppo’s Android skin is now available in a particular version that will fit better on larger tablets. Ironically, though the software’s design is based on Color OS 12, the core operating system of Android 12, the foundation layer on this tablet is Android 11. Some of the optimizations made by “Color OS for Pad” include floating app windows, parallel applications, and sharing between Oppo smartphones and the Oppo Pad.
Price and Availability
The tablet will be available in China only at the moment. It will retail for CNY 2,299 ($363) and CNY 2,999 ($474) respectively for the 6GB/128GB and 8GB/256GB models. Prices are very competitive. The magnetic keyboard dock and pencil cost only CNY 399 ($64) and CNY 499 ($79). Sales begin March 3, 2022.
Most China-based manufacturers always release early devices only in their origin regions. Based on the successes of the devices, They roll out the mobiles to other areas. Since Oppo already has Global selling points, they will ship the device to other regions when they get expected sales in the Oppo Pad. Even though it may or may not happen with the first-gen of Oppo Pad, It will indeed happen with Second Gen devices. Did you feel Oppo Pad is worthy of its price? Share your thoughts below.
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