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Vivo Pad: A new leak purports to spill every last little detail on the first-gen tablet

An alleged official Vivo Pad press photo. (Source: SparrowsNews)
An alleged official Vivo Pad press photo. (Source: SparrowsNews)
Vivo is a mobile device OEM tipped to break into tablets (and foldables) as of 2022. Its inaugural Android-powered Pad has now experienced a new leak of marketing material which seems to tout it in terms of its weight, height and specs this time. It also specifies a launch date that points to a marquee product event for the company on the day in question.

Vivo is now rumored to launch a tablet that will, as with many slates from a number of its peers, launch with the most basic product name possible in a way that seems intended to enhance its branding. Then again, it might have the potential to stand out from all the other Pads out there with one of its OEM's large, watch-dial-like camera humps.

According to what is painted as an entire, in-depth dump of its marketing material, it is also now slated to launch with a chassis that is 6.55mm in height and 489g in terms of mass. It is now linked to 8GB of RAM and a USB type-C port with a respectable enough 3.1 data-transfer spec.

Finally, the Vivo Pad is still linked to compatibility with its own stylus and keyboard dock, the latter of which is now touted to have a trackpad with a total surface area of 5,736mm for "PC-grade" accuracy. The tablet may also come certified for Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision.

Finally, as the new alleged posters indicate, the Vivo Pad will debut on April 11, 2022. Therefore, it is to be hoped it will avoid being overshadowed by the equally inaugural X Fold, as it is also officially scheduled to launch on the same day. Then again, this new leak is slightly suspect, as its alleged corporate webpage now fails to load at the time of writing.

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These new posters may or may not have been prematurely posted to Vivo's Chinese website by mistake. (Source: SparrowsNews)
These new posters may or may not have been prematurely posted to Vivo's Chinese website by mistake. (Source: SparrowsNews)
 

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-03-29 (Update: 2022-03-29)