Oppo has released the Pad 2 to improve its selection of tablets. The gadget comes with upgrades to the screen, battery, and other components and offers strong hardware at a competitive price.
The tablet might be seen as a rebranded version of the OnePlus Pad, which the company unveiled in February. The rear camera is therefore placed at the upper center of the back cover, maintaining the same appearance.
The 11.61-inch display’s outside borders are symmetrical on the front. With a resolution of 2,800 × 2,000 pixels and support for refresh rates of 144 Hz, this screen has a number of advantages over the initial Oppo pad, which had 2,560 x 1,600 pixels and 120 Hz.
The OPPO Pad 2’s screen also has a maximum brightness of 500 nits, 10-bit colors, and Dolby Vision compatibility. The display takes up 88% of the whole front part and has a 7:5 aspect ratio.
OPPO Pad 2 has MediaTek Dimensity 9000
The MediaTek Dimensity 9000, which also powers the OnePlus Pad and is anticipated to power the Vivo Pad 2, is the performance engine behind the tablet. The item will be offered for sale with 512 GB of UFS 3.1 storage and up to 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM.
On the rear, there is just one 13 MP sensor camera. Among other things, a front-facing 8 Megapixel component is in charge of selfies and video calls.
Its battery has a 9,510 mAh capacity, which is more than the 8,360 mAh of the previous OPPO Pad. Using a USB-C connector, 67W SuperVOOC recharges are supported.
Together with physical connections, the OPPO Pad 2 has GPS and Bluetooth 5.3 capabilities. It runs Android 13 with the ColorOS for Pad UI and is compatible with the OPPO Pencil 2 and a smart touch keyboard.