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The "OPPO Pad" registers with 3C as a device with fairly standard charging speeds

An "OPPO Pad" leak. (Source: SlashLeaks)
An "OPPO Pad" leak. (Source: SlashLeaks)
OPPO is said to have a first-gen tablet in the works, and intends for it to become part of a cross-device ecosystem that may also incorporate devices such as laptops as well as phones in the future. Now, a new product from the OEM that has appeared on the 3C regulatory database might reveal this "Pad's" charging specs ahead of its launch.

OPPO is a company that has developed charging technology that allows its smartphones to charge at up to 65 watts (W) at present. However, according to a new leak, its upcoming first-gen tablet will not benefit from these specs. It has allegedly turned up on the 3C database ahead of its launch without a SuperVOOC standard.

Should this freshly-approved OPD2101 truly be the alleged OPPO Pad, it, like the Find N, will be restricted to 33W instead. The new leak cannot tell us anything more about the putative slate's specs, although it is possible the OEM may have chosen to withhold its typical ultra-fast power tech here due to the size of the battery involved in this case.

Nevertheless, the leaker Digital Chat Station asserts that the first-gen "Pad" will debut with the Snapdragon 870 - which may mean the company plans to pit it directly against a corresponding inaugural tablet from a sister company, Vivo.

The tipster also claims that OPPO is yet another OEM with ambitions for an expanded cross-device, cross-platform ecosystem, and that the Pad will be right in line for these features on its launch.

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The "OPPO Pad" makes it through 3C testing. (Source: 3C via Nashville Chatter)
The "OPPO Pad" makes it through 3C testing. (Source: 3C via Nashville Chatter)
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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-01-11 (Update: 2022-01-11)