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OnePlus Pad


OnePlus Pad
OnePlus Pad
MediaTek Dimensity 9000 8 x 1.8 - 3.1 GHz, Cortex-X2 / A710 / A510
Graphics adapter
12 GB 
11.61 inch 7:5, 2800 x 2000 pixel 296 PPI, Capacitive, native pen support, IPS, 10-bit, Dolby Vision, glossy: yes, HDR, 144 Hz
256 GB UFS 3.1, 233.5 GB free
1 USB 2.0, USB-C Power Delivery (PD), Audio Connections: USB Type-C, Brightness Sensor, Sensors: Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Color spectrum, Hall Sensor
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax (a/b/g/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5/ax = Wi-Fi 6/), Bluetooth 5.3, GPS
height x width x depth (in mm): 6.5 x 258 x 189.4 ( = 0.26 x 10.16 x 7.46 in)
36.99 Wh, 9510 mAh Lithium-Polymer, Battery runtime (according to manufacturer): 12.4 h
fast charging / Quickcharge
Operating System
Android 13
Primary Camera: 13 MPix EIS, 4K 30 fps video, Camera2 API Support Level: Full
Secondary Camera: 8 MPix EIS, 1080p 30 fps
Additional features
Speakers: Quad-speaker, Dolby Atmos, Keyboard: OnScreen, OnePlus Magnetic Keyboard, OnePlus Stylo, 67 W SuperVOOC Power Adapter, OxygenOS 13.1, 12 Months Warranty, Widevine CDM Security Level: L1, fanless
552 g ( = 19.47 oz / 1.22 pounds) ( = 0 oz / 0 pounds)
443 Euro



Average Score: 77.02% - good
Average of 15 scores (from 26 reviews)
price: - %, performance: 77%, features: 48%, display: 88% mobility: 86%, workmanship: 87%, ergonomy: 82%, emissions: 95%

Reviews for the OnePlus Pad

89.3% OnePlus Pad Review: A premium Android tablet experience that goes easy on the wallet | Notebookcheck
OnePlus has finally ventured into Android tablets, a territory that is fast being ceded almost wholly to Apple and Samsung. Featuring a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 SoC and a fast, vivid 144 Hz 7:5 display, the OnePlus Pad aims to differentiate itself with a slew of accessories including the Magnetic Keyboard and OnePlus Stylo. We explore different aspects of the OnePlus Pad in this review and see if it can be a worthy portable companion. Review now complete.
OnePlus Pad review: Promising tablet let down by limitations in Android OS
Source: Business Standard English
OnePlus has done so much on its part with its maiden tablet, yet there is a distance to cover. That said, the OnePlus Pad is a promising midrange tablet let down by limitations in the Android operating system. In its own right, however, the OnePlus Tab is the tablet in Android space to consider if you need an accompanying device for work, entertainment, and everything in between.
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 05/10/2023
OnePlus Pad Review: Incredible Size, Solid First Attempt
Source: Droid Life English
I like the OnePlus Pad for a number of reasons that I described above that definitely outweigh the couple of areas of concern I have. The shape and size and finish of the Pad are my favorite parts of it, plus the 144Hz display looks solid in the tasks I put it through. Battery life was great, performance met my expectations, and the OS didn’t completely turn me off like it often does on OnePlus’ phones. At $479, I’m not sure there are many tablets that match-up to OnePlus’ first big screen device. While not the best tablet on the market, this is a really good first attempt and a proper budget pick.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 05/03/2023
80% OnePlus Pad Review: A Gorgeous, Sub-$500 Android Tablet That’s Loaded with Useful Features
Source: Gear Diary English
If you’re a OnePlus user and you’re looking for a slim, stylish Android tablet that’s loaded with features, the $479 OnePlus Pad seems like a no-brainer. The hardware is excellent, the screen is large enough to conveniently multitask, and the soon-to-be-released Cellular Data Sharing for 5G OnePlus smartphones sounds convenient. But even if you’re simply looking for a capable, non-iOS tablet with a larger display that can handle multitasking, the OnePlus Pad certainly fits the bill.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 05/01/2023
Rating: Total score: 80%
60% OnePlus Pad review: A tablet for Android fans who secretly want an iPad
Source: English
The OnePlus Pad is a heck of a first-generation tablet from the company that's made a name for itself with its smartphone line. Its performance, display and battery life are fantastic, but don't buy it expecting an iPad Pro replacement. Android apps and the keyboard/trackpad experience are to blame for that. The OnePlus Pad is available to pre-order directly from OnePlus right now for $479. Preorders for the $149 Magnetic Keyboard, $99 Stylo and $39 Folio Case are also open. Deliveries are expected to start on May 8, and OnePlus plans to add more retailers towards the end of next month. If you're looking for a tablet that doesn't have an Apple logo on the back and you just want something for basic tasks like browsing the web, watching videos and light gaming, then the OnePlus Pad is a solid choice. However, if you're in the market for a tablet to use for triaging your inbox or working in and writing long documents or spreadsheets, then you're better off looking at the alternatives below.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 04/29/2023
Rating: Total score: 60%
88% OnePlus Pad review: This tablet is inspired but also inspirational
Source: The Indian Express English
At Rs 37,999, the OnePlus Pad has stuck its neck out as a viable option for those looking for a tablet that is both powerful and convenient. The magnetic keyboard is priced at Rs 7,999 while the stylus will cost you another Rs 6,999. But the latter is not something everyone would want. OnePlus is throwing in a simple folio cover for the first buyers. For OnePlus users, the interplay of the growing number of devices makes this a natural choice if they are looking for a larger computing screen. For others, there is another option now that compares with what Apple, Samsung and Lenovo have to offer in the tablet space. The Android tablet space is finally seeing some action.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 04/29/2023
Rating: Total score: 88%
OnePlus Pad Review
Source: Mobygyaan English
OnePlus entered the Android tablet segment with the OnePlus Pad having the best-in-class specifications and features and, no doubt, the OnePlus Pad is a flagship-grade tablet that offers superior performance (Dimensity 9000 & 12 GB RAM). The only thing we are concerned about is the LTE or 5G variant which we haven’t seen from the company. The OnePlus Pad looks pretty appealing with its slim form factor, it offers a premium and solid design. The large 11.6-inch 2.8K screen is gorgeous, it offers an enormous viewing experience paired with its quad Dolby stereo speakers which do sound impressive. The display performs smoothly with a 144 Hz refresh rate and offers good viewing angles. In addition, the OnePlus Pad equips a huge 9,510 mAh battery with 67W SuperVOOC fast charging and comes with all those OxygenOS 13.1 perks for tablets. On top of it, it has a magnetic keyboard and stylus support that can be used for various activities such as note-making, designing, sketching, drawing illustrations, and even navigating through the interface. Overall, the OnePlus Pad is a great 11-inch performance Android tablet under ₹40,000 price segment and is extremely recommended.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 04/29/2023
70% The OnePlus Pad is an impressive tablet for its price
Source: The Verge English
Overall, if you’re shopping for a tablet in 2023 and, for whatever reason, don’t want an iPad, you could do far worse than the OnePlus Pad. Its display and speakers are as good as Apple and Samsung’s top-tier 11-inch tablets, and it’s an excellent device for watching movies or reading on. And you can get those premium-level tablet features, like quad-speaker and fast-refresh display, for a lot less than the price of an iPad Pro or Tab S8. Of course, if you have an iPhone or Galaxy phone and want a tablet that integrates well with it, the OnePlus Pad won’t cut it. Nor is it really a great laptop replacement — this is a tablet that’s best at the traditional tablet things, and that’s fine. The Pad isn’t the only new tablet in the Android space this year, as Google’s long-awaited Pixel Tablet is expected to arrive imminently. Google is apparently targeting a bit different use case with it, though, and until we get our hands on it, it’s hard to say how much overlap there will be with the Pad and other tablets. But as a nice tablet that does tablet things well for a reasonable price, it’s hard to find too much fault with the OnePlus Pad. It’s nice to see the old OnePlus again.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 04/28/2023
Rating: Total score: 70%
70% OnePlus Pad Review: Dressed up with nowhere to go
Source: Mobile Syrup English
The OnePlus ecosystem is here, and in true OnePlus fashion, the company rushed into it, leaving a few nuances behind. Don’t get me wrong, the OnePlus Pad is powerful, and this is the best device I’ve ever used running a MediaTek chipset. From its screen to its speakers, it has a premium attitude. For work, it’s a great machine, and once you’re in the apps you like, it performs excellently. Media consumption is also fantastic. At face value, there’s a ton to love here, but once the $649 CAD price tag ($997 with the keyboard and stylus) gets involved, it becomes harder to justify. First-generation products always have lots of wrinkles to iron out, and OnePlus is no different. I’m hoping once the Pixel Tablet releases and Android 14 rolls out, the OnePlus tab might get a little better as Android does more and more to support larger screened devices again, but there are no guarantees. I’m also excited to try out the Pad Connect features once one of my OnePlus phones gets updated (stay tuned for that). If you’re a fan of OnePlus and want a tablet really badly, nothing should stop you from buying this one. However, part of what makes a tablet so compelling to me is how strong the ecosystem surrounding it is, and in the case of OnePlus, it still has a long way to go.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 04/28/2023
Rating: Total score: 70%
80% OnePlus Pad Review: The iPad Casts A Long Shadow
Source: Slashgear English
Overall, this tablet is best suited to compete against Samsung in the productivity tablet space, which is very much needed. Samsung has long dominated the best-iPad-alternative tablet space, and it's about time another tablet stepped up. At $479 for the tablet at $150 for the keyboard, this is a very not bad device for $629, which undercuts Samsung by a fair margin. But Samsung has a major leg up here in the form of Dex. The Dex interface on the Tab S8 is great for multi-tasking and productivity and that's not something OnePlus can compete with at the moment. But, for a first effort, OnePlus gets major kudos for trying to build an ecosystem of devices that work together, and for making bold decisions like the 7:5 aspect ratio to maximize the usable space. The keyboard is wonderful, which is not always a given for a first effort, and most of the software can be fixed over time. So, should you buy it? If you're looking for a content consumption device, probably not. A tablet does not need to be powerful in order to watch movies and YouTube, and there are any number of lower-priced devices that will get you by. This device will display those movies better, with better sound, for sure, but this tablet is going to be for the more productivity-focused individuals. I typed this entire review on this device and for a couple of days, I performed every other duty required of my daytime job on this device, too. That's not a small thing, and the price is just right for a first effort that still has a little ways to go.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 04/28/2023
Rating: Total score: 80%
80% OnePlus Pad review: clean slate
Source: Stuff TV English
The OnePlus Pad delivers precisely what its maker is best known for: potent and good-looking hardware that gets impressively close to the class leaders, only without the premium price to match. Black bars aside, a vibrant display and energetic sound make it a great multimedia slate, while the optional keyboard cover and stylus are perfect for productivity. Android still has a ways to go before it feels totally at home on a tablet, though. OnePlus hasn’t customised the OS to the same extent as market leader Samsung, so it falls behind on usability and multitasking ability – and both take a distant second place to the iPad and iPadOS as potential laptop replacements. As an occasional work machine that can otherwise entertain, though, the OnePlus Pad is a valiant first effort.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 04/28/2023
Rating: Total score: 80%
80% OnePlus Pad review: Android’s answer to Apple’s iPad – or is it?
Source: T3 English
In one key way, the OnePlus Pad is the iPad of the Android world, if only because it has a more iPad-like screen aspect ratio. It’s less rectangular than most Android tablets, so will suit a certain kind of productivity-focused user. Specifically, it’s great for photographers who use Lightroom, video editors, gamers, and anyone after a tablet for getting work done on an Android rather than Apple slate. It's not so good for widescreen movie-watching, though, given the aspect ratio and resulting black bars. Frustratingly, however, OnePlus has inherited an Android problem: the OS just isn’t super-optimised for tablets, and neither are most Android apps. The fact OnePlus hasn’t gone as far as Huawei or Samsung to customise and optimise its Android experience holds its Pad back from greatness. But given its price, performance, and the screen’s quality and potential for productivity, while it isn't the best tablet you can buy right now, we can still absolutely recommend the OnePlus Pad for a certain kind of user.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 04/28/2023
Rating: Total score: 80%
75% OnePlus Pad review: A new challenger enters the ring
Source: Android Police English
Looking through the history of Android tablets, it's clear that launching a good one is a lot more difficult than you'd think. To that end, while the OnePlus Pad isn't a perfect tablet, I think it's a good first swing in this product category. Aside from some questionable design choices and a few software bugs worth ironing out, this tablet succeeds at nearly everything it sets out to accomplish, and I'm left mostly impressed. For just under $500, the OnePlus Pad represents a quality slate that is capable of going toe-to-toe with the iPad without embarrassing itself. That's no small feat, especially when it's easy to imagine a world where an inaugural device like this was seen as a mixed success. While Apple and Samsung will still continue to dominate this space — and Google is set to take another attempt at bat in the coming months — the OnePlus Pad represents a solid alternative to those bigger brands. And frankly, I can't wait to see its successor.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 04/28/2023
Rating: Total score: 75%
70% OnePlus Pad review: OnePlus boldly goes where it never went before
Source: Digital Trends English
For a first attempt at the tablet space, the OnePlus Pad is solid. It stands out among a sea of tablets with a unique and distinctive look thanks to the Halo Green color and brushed metal aesthetic. Even though it’s an 11-inch tablet with a unified metal body, the OnePlus Pad is quite comfortable to hold for prolonged sessions thanks to the curved edges. And with that massive battery, you don’t really need to worry about running out of power! It seems that a lot of tablets are also being made for horizontal use, and the OnePlus Pad clearly shows that. The centered camera on the rear is an interesting design choice, though, but having the front-facing camera on the longer side just makes sense, especially for video calls with Limelight. Just don’t expect high-quality photos and video with either, especially the front, since they’re just 13MP and 8MP, respectively. But for those times you need to take a quick photo or video call, they’re okay in a pinch. The specs for the OnePlus Pad are pretty good for the price you’re paying, especially with that display with up to 144Hz refresh rate. And while the software is okay for the most part, it still has some quirks, which is to be expected of most Android tablets. Again, I’m not sure if it’s the developer of certain apps or something with the OnePlus Pad itself, but hopefully, those issues I had get resolved eventually. Besides those small issues, though, the software works nicely, especially if you need to run multiple apps for work. The OnePlus Pad isn’t the slam dunk OnePlus may have been hoping for, but if this is just the beginning of more to come, OnePlus is off on the right track.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 04/28/2023
Rating: Total score: 70%
90% OnePlus Pad review: A sub-$500 iPad Pro challenger
Source: Laptop Mag English
The OnePlus Pad is the first Android tablet I have used that is a serious contender to take on the Apple iPad. With fast, smooth performance, I could handle document pushing in Google Docs, enjoy hours of video content, and even sneak in a little gaming. When you add all those capabilities to it being one of the most enjoyable tablets to read a book on, it has been my best Android tablet experience. The only flaw I can point to is its knack of collecting more fingerprints than a season of C.S.I. Don’t forget the excellent audio, solid camera performance, and high-end design that feels elegant and sturdy. The OnePlus Pad has earned 4.5 stars and our coveted editors' choice award.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 04/28/2023
Rating: Total score: 90%
60% OnePlus Pad review: Halfway house
Source: Expert Reviews English
Ultimately, then, the OnePlus pad is a bit of a weird mix. The tablet itself is excellent. The display is lovely and beats the iPad for smoothness with its 144Hz refresh rate. Overall performance, while a little behind its rivals, is fine, and battery life is great. However, there are problems with the OnePlus Pad. The palm rejection on the touchpad is non-existent and there’s only one angle at which you can set the screen, while Android remains a frustrating OS to use as a laptop replacement. If you’re looking for a tablet that will double as an occasional laptop replacement, then, it’s probably best to opt for something different. Either of the iPad options (or even the Microsoft Surface Go 3) are better productivity tablets, notwithstanding the general quality of the OnePlus’ hardware.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 04/28/2023
Rating: Total score: 60%
OnePlus Pad initial review: A charming Android tablet
Source: Pocket Lint English
The OnePlus Pad is a lovely slim and slender tablet that has something a little bit different in terms of design compared to other Android tablets. It delivers a premium build quality and there's some great features on board, while the keyboard on the folio case is great to type on from what we could tell so far. We will bring you are full review of the OnePlus Pad over the next couple of months, but for now, we’re impressed by this lovely slab.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 02/28/2023
OnePlus Pad Specifications, Pros and Cons
Source: OI Spice Tech News English
The OnePlus Pad was announced in February 2023 with the expected price of the tablet being roughly $484 (Rs 39,999 in India) approx. The device has no SIM connectivity. The OnePlus Pad arrives with a tall 11.61 inches IPS LCD panel with an immersive 144Hz refresh rate, Dolby Vision, 1B colors, and 500 nits brightness support. It is packed with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, while there’s no micro card slot present. The device runs on the latest Android 13 OS supported by oxygenOS 13.1 user interface. Under the hood, you will attain the 4nm Mediatek Dimensity 9000 chipset and Mali-G710 MC10 GPU. The onePlus Pad equips a single 13MP primary camera lens on the rear, whereas the front holds an 8MP selfie camera. The main camera can record 4K videos at 30fps with proper video stabilization, and the selfie lens can only record 1080p videos at 30fps. With the OnePlus Pad, you will receive a massive Li-Po 9510 mAh battery with 67W fast-charging support, while the device can be available in single Halo Green color variants. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, OTG, and a USB Type-C 2.0 port.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 02/28/2023
OnePlus Pad hands-on review: staying the distance
Source: Stuff TV English
The OnePlus Pad seems like a winner – but it all hinges on how much it costs. It won’t win any awards for the design, but there’s plenty to recommend, especially the display and battery life. We’re looking forward to being able to give a full verdict in our final OnePlus Pad review in due course.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 02/27/2023
OnePlus Pad hands-on: An instant iPad rival
Source: Tom's Guide English
The OnePlus Pad is doing some unusual things with the tablet form factor, which appeal because of their novelty at the very least. The squarer shape and other unusual design flourishes have quickly established the identity of OnePlus' tablet line, while a responsive stylus and a useful keyboard cover, promising performance, battery life and charging speeds and other bells and whistles help mark it out as different from Apple and Samsung slades down to its silicon bones. All OnePlus needs is an attractive price to start stealing sales from Samsung's Galaxy Tabs, and maybe even convert the odd iPad user who find Apple's slates just aren't for them. We'll save our final judgement on whether it's managed that for April.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 02/27/2023
First Impressions: OnePlus Pad Review
Source: Trusted Reviews English
If OnePlus can launch its tablet at a competition-busting price and with the keyboard and stylus bundled in then it’s hard to imagine this not being an appealing buy to students and folks in the market for a portable productivity tab. Only time will tell if this rings true, so be sure to watch out for our full review of the OnePlus Pad in the near future.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 02/27/2023
Hands on: OnePlus Pad review – a bold-looking tablet with premium specs
Source: Techradar English
With the OnePlus Pad, smartphone maker OnePlus has bundled impressive display and performance specs into a striking design that will certainly turn heads. The brand’s debut tablet doesn’t knock everything out of the park, but on first viewing, it looks set to earn a place in the premium tablet conversation.
Hands-On, online available, Medium, Date: 02/27/2023
OnePlus Pad, a 2023 Android Tablet! | TSW142
Source: Tech Spurt English
This week we saw several big launches including the OnePlus Pad (an actual Android tablet for 2023), the Poco X5 and X5 Pro and a slew of Intel 13th Gen laptops. Uncle Spurt tried to cover as much as possible but here's a recap of everything that went on if you missed his videos on Tech Spurt. Now go back and watch them right through, you naughty children. The OnePlus Pad was heavily hinted at before the launch, and while a UK price and release date still isn't known, we do now have full specs. This Android tablet sports a spacious 144Hz screen, Dimensity 9000 performance and 66W battery charging. Expect a hands-on review with the OnePlus Pad from MWC 2023. And maybe with the Keyboard, which was also a thing they showed off. OnePlus also launched its latest flagship, but that's wasn't the only phone of the week. The Poco X5 Pro 5G also popped up with a boost to performance over last year's model. We also saw the Realme 10 Pro emerge again in a Coca Cola Limited Edition. No, really. So what do you think of the OnePlus Pad, OnePlus 11, Realme 10 Pro, Poco X5 Pro etc? Let us know below!
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 02/10/2023
OnePlus Pad First Impressions: The Missing Piece of the Ecosystem Puzzle
Source: NDTV Gadgets English
The OnePlus Pad could be an interesting addition to the premium Android tablet market. Its specs seem solid, the accessories look interesting, and you should be able to take advantage of special features if you use other OnePlus products. We'll know for sure if this ecosystem push can indeed work according to plan once we get our hands on the OnePlus Pad to review it thoroughly. Until then, don't forget to check out all our reviews of the OnePlus 11 5G and the OnePlus Buds Pro 2, and our first impressions of the OnePlus 11R 5G.
Hands-On, online available, Very Short, Date: 02/08/2023

Foreign Reviews

Prise en main de la OnePlus Pad : la première tablette de la marque fait déjà fort
Source: Frandroid French FR→EN
Positive: Modern design; solid workmanship; slim size; light weight; powerful hardware; high performance; full of accessories.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 02/27/2023
83% OnePlus Pad test | Et godt bud på prisvenlig tablet
Source: Mere DA→EN
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 04/30/2023
Rating: Total score: 83%
80% Test: Oneplus Pad – Imponerande prisvärd
Source: SV→EN
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 04/28/2023
Rating: Total score: 80% display: 90%



OnePlus Pad is a tablet from OnePlus that features a 11.61-inch AMOLED display with a 7:5 ratio, 120Hz refresh rate, and HDR10+ support. It also has a quad camera system with a 50MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, a 2MP macro sensor, and a TOF sensor. The tablet is powered by the Dimensity 9000 processor and comes with up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. It also supports 67W wired charging and has a 9510mAh battery.

Whether OnePlus Pad can replace a laptop depends on the user's needs and preferences. Some possible factors to consider are:

•  OnePlus Pad has a smaller screen size than most laptops, which may affect the user's productivity and comfort.

•  OnePlus Pad runs on Android 12 with OxygenOS 12, which may not be compatible with some desktop applications or software that the user needs.

•  OnePlus Pad has a lower performance than some laptops, especially those with more powerful processors, graphics cards, or memory.

•  OnePlus Pad does not have a keyboard or mouse included, which may limit the user's input options and accuracy. However, the user can pair the tablet with the OnePlus Stylo or other Bluetooth accessories for more convenience.

•  OnePlus Pad has a longer battery life than most laptops, which may be an advantage for users who need to work or play on the go.

•  OnePlus Pad has cellular data sharing and auto connect features, which allow the user to share their phone's mobile data and switch between devices seamlessly. This may be useful for users who need to stay connected and sync their data across devices.

ARM Mali-G710 MP10: The ARM Mali-G710MC10 is an integrated high-end graphics card for smartphones with 10 of the 16 possible cores. It is based on the third generation of the Valhall architecture by ARM which offers a 20% higher performance and energy efficiency than the previous generation. In the Dimensity 9000, the G710 is produced in the modern 4nm process.

Modern games should be playable with these graphics cards at low settings and resolutions. Casual gamers may be happy with these cards.

» Further information can be found in our Comparison of Mobile Graphics Cards and the corresponding Benchmark List.

Dimensity 9000: The Dimensity 9000 is a high-end SoC with an integrated 5G modem. It includes one fast Cortex-X2 core with up to 3 GHz, three more A710 cores with up to 2.85 GHz and four power efficiency cores (Cortex-A510) with upto 1.8 GHz.» Further information can be found in our Comparison of Mobile Processsors.


This screen diagoal is quite large for tablets but small for subnotebooks. Some convertibles are also represented with that size.

Large display-sizes allow higher resolutions. So, details like letters are bigger. On the other hand, the power consumption is lower with small screen diagonals and the devices are smaller, more lightweight and cheaper.

» To find out how fine a display is, see our DPI List.

0.552 kg:

This weight is typical for small tablets.


The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Shenzhen OnePlus Science & Technology Co., Ltd. was founded in 2013. The first smartphone was launched in 2014.

It is a subsidiary of BBK Electronic Corporation, a Chinese giant electronic company group, which contains Oppo and Vivo, too. Oppo, Vivo and OnePlus combined had a world market share of more than 10% in the smartphone business in 2016. This exceeded even the Huawei share and resulted in rank 3 behing Samsung and Apple. Furthermore, it was an increase of about 140% compared to 2015. However, OnePlus is the smallest of the three BBK-smartphone manufacturers.

There are not too many reviews on OnePlus smartphones, the ratings are above average (as of 2016).

77.02%: This rating is not convincing. The laptop is evaluated below average, this is not really a recommendation for purchase.

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OnePlus 11R
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Stefan Hinum (Update: 2023-02-17)