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OPPO hints it is bringing its first-gen Pad, a watch and more to MWC 2022

OPPO's new launch poster. (Source: OPPO)
OPPO's new launch poster. (Source: OPPO)
OPPO's latest Find X5 poster contains a launch date for the upcoming flagship series, and that's not all. It shows one of the smartphones in an arrangement of a number of other devices. One might be the OEM's first-gen tablet, whereas the others are wearables that could be of the OPPO Watch and Enco X lines.

OPPO has now set a date on which the Find X5 series of Android smartphones will finally see a debut. The high-end devices will do so on February 24, 2022 at 12:00 CET, during an event that can be watched via the OEM's website.

This date and time suggests the launch will be part of, or at least coincide with, an MWC 2022 appearance on OPPO's part. Furthermore, the company has now started to drop hints that there might be even more new hardware to join them at this tech show.

A new poster released via Weibo depicts a Find X5-series phone as it might look as a transparent edition, or perhaps under imaging. The interesting trailer shows additional devices presented in the same way, thereby potentially offering an interesting first official look at these products.

One of them seems to be a larger touchscreen device, and is thus most likely the long-awaited "OPPO Pad". It is joined by something that looks quite like the Watch or Watch 2, as well as see-through versions of what could be the rumored Enco X2 TWS earbuds.

Accordingly, OPPO's latest top-end phones could be joined by new flagship audio wearables to pair with them, not to mention a first-gen tablet and a next-gen (or global) Watch variant on the market soon.

OPPO's initial Find X5 launch teaser. (Source: OPPO)
OPPO's initial Find X5 launch teaser. (Source: OPPO)

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-02-17 (Update: 2022-02-18)