Alleged real-world images of Oppo's upcoming tablet surfaces online along with its specifications
Rumours about Oppo working on a tablet are not new and have been around for the better part of the year. One report suggested that we'd get to see them in action sometime in 2021, which was promptly debunked by another one stating that they had been pushed back to 2022. Now, an alleged real-world image of Oppo's first-ever tablet has shown up online, along with its specifications.
The information comes from Techniknews' Nils Ahrensmeier and Slashleaks contributor Udagawa Ako. We can see two prototype tablets stacked alongside a plethora of smartphones. While its actual screen size is unknown, it is said to refresh at 120Hz. Other specs of the Oppo tablet include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC, 6GB of RAM, 256GB of internal storage, and Android 11 customized with Color OS 12. Lastly, we can expect the tablet to draw power from a 6-7,000mAh battery.
Other aspects of the mystery Oppo tablet, such as its camera configuration and panel type, are shrouded by mystery. Given that it packs a high-end Snapdragon 870 SoC, we can reasonably assume that Oppo wants to bring the fight to Xiaomi's Mi Pad 5/Mi Pad 5 Pro. Hence, an AMOLED panel is well within the realm of possibilities.