OPPO Pad: OPPO's new tablet joins the Mi Pad 5 Pro in the sub-premium echelons of the tablet market
Yesterday, along with the OPPO Find X5 series, OPPO debuted its first ever tablet, the OPPO Pad. The OPPO Pad is positioned strongly in the upper mid-range and will vie for supremacy against Xiaomi's Mi Pad 5 series in China.
The OPPO Pad sports an 11-inch 2.5K 120 Hz LCD. AMOLED is a miss here but it's also absent on the tablet's closest competitor, the Mi Pad 5 Pro. Under the hood is a Snapdragon 870, with up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage for support. At the OPPO Pad's rear is a 13 MP rear camera, while there's an 8 MP selfie shooter at the front.
OPPO is shipping the OPPO Pad with ColorOS for Pad, a similar idea to Xiaomi's MIUI 13 for Pad on the Mi Pad 5 series. The OPPO Pad lands with an OPPO Pencil with what appears to be 240 Hz responsivity. The tablet is powered by an 8360 mAh battery and supports 33 W charging.
The OPPO Pad is available in black and purple, as well as silver in a limited edition. The 6/128 GB costs CNY 2,299 (US$365), while the 8/256 GB SKU will set buyers back CNY 2,999 (US$475). Quite affordable, although prices will likely be a lot higher if it ever launches on the global market.