Oppo Pad lights up Geekbench with Android 11, a Snapdragon 870 and 6 GB of RAM
The Oppo Pad has appeared online again, just a few days after its appearance on 3C became known. Last year, alleged real-world images of 'OPD2101' surfaced online too, as we discussed at the time. Now, someone has benchmarked the Oppo OPD2101 using Geekbench, albeit only once so far.
According to the listing, the Oppo OPD2101 has 6 GB of RAM and a 'kona' motherboard, 'kona' being Qualcomm's codename for its Snapdragon 865 platform. However, @stufflistings alleges that the tablet has a Snapdragon 870, the latest edition of the Snapdragon 865. In effect, the Snapdragon 870 is an overclocked Snapdragon 865+, itself an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 865. The Snapdragon 870 also has an Adreno 650 GPU and a 5 W TDP at its disposal.
The same listing adds that the Oppo OPD2101 runs Android 11 rather than the newer Android 12. Reputedly, the tablet will ship with an 11-inch and 120 Hz display too, along with an 8,080 mAh battery and 256 GB of storage. Supposedly, the tablet supports 65 W charging as well, although it remains unclear when Oppo will announce the tablet, nor what markets in which it will be sold. Still, screenshots of the tablet's UI have leaked too, which mention a 120 Hz refresh rate.