The first tablet from Oppo could be a budget-friendly device with Snapdragon 870 SoC, LCD display, and a 13MP main camera.
Oppo is reportedly in the works to step into the tablet market. The first tablet from the brand is rumored to be called Oppo Pad. While the company is yet to confirm its arrival, recent leaks have revealed much about the tablet. Recently an alleged image of the Oppo Pad surfaced online, and now the specifications have been tipped by Chinese tipster Bald Panda.
According to the tipster, Oppo Pad will bring an 11-inch LCD screen with 2,560 × 1,600 pixels resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. It’s the same set of display specifications in MatePad 11 and Mi Pad 5 Pro. Further, the leaks suggest that the first Oppo tablet could be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chipset and packs an 8,080 mAh big battery. It could feature a 13MP rear camera and an 8MP sensor for selfies and video calls. The tablet will pack 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.
Earlier this month, an alleged image of the Oppo Pad surfaced on the internet, showing no notch or punch-hole cutout on the right side for the selfie camera. However, it does not necessarily mean that the camera cutout is on the right side, as the device is covered with a case. So, the actual location of the front camera is a bit unclear. The Oppo Pad is expected to be priced at around CNY 2,000, which roughly translates to $315. So, the first tablet from Oppo is likely to target the budget segment.
While the company is silent about the Oppo Pad, rumors surrounding the device suggest that it could launch alongside the Reno7 series in the next few weeks. Oppo could be the second brand from BBK Electronics group to launch a tablet, after Realme, which launched its first tablet in September.
Featured Image: Realme Pad