Introducing Oppo Pad, the first Oppo tablet with 120 Hz display and Snapdragon 870 processor without 5G
The first interesting thing about Oppo Pad undoubtedly belongs to its design, which is different from almost any other Android tablet we have seen so far, and unlike most tablets that offer a simple and classic design, it has adopted a more fancy form. Is. The upper part of the device offers a narrow border around the screen, which indicates the high user class of the Oppo Pad; Two different designs are used for the design of the back part in all three colors of the device, which separates the area under the camera from other matte and fingerprint-resistant parts of this part. The area under the camera in two versions, black and purple, hosts the letters in each irregular shape of the word Oppo and in The silver limited edition called Artist Edition is also considered an interesting artistic design for this section.
Oppo Pad has dimensions of 252.2 and 163.8 mm in length and width, respectively, which compares with a powerful competitor such as Galaxy Tab S8 Samsung with The screen of the same size and length and width of 253.8 and 165.3 mm shows better performance. The thickness of this tablet is approximately 7 mm (7.05 in the purple version), although it is 0.7 mm more than its Samsung counterpart, but it is still very small and can be considered as one of the thinnest models in this class. Oppo Pad is not far behind Tab S8 in terms of weight, and its weight of 507 grams (510 grams in the purple version) is not much different from the Wi-Fi version of Tab S8. This weight is almost the same considering the higher capacity of the battery in the Oppo Pad, which is another positive point for the Chinese opponent of this competition.
The screen of the tablet, which covers 86.3% of the device with small 7mm borders, is an 11-inch 10-bit sample with a resolution of 1600×2560 pixels ( WQXGA) is built with LTPS technology and supports 120Hz refresh rate and DCI-P3 color gamut. The contrast of this screen is 1,500:1 and its typical brightness is 480nits.
On top of the screen is an 8-megapixel selfie camera without autofocus with f/2.0 and a 77-degree field of view, and on the back of the device is a 13-megapixel autofocus camera with f 2.2/ and we get an 80 degree field of view. The maximum video recording resolution in the main camera is 4K at 30 frames per second, and the front camera also records at a maximum resolution of 1080p/30fps. There is no OIS in this collection, but both the main and selfie cameras of the phone support digital image stabilization during video recording. In addition to its main task, the selfie camera also uses facial recognition to unlock, which is considered the only biometric option for identity recognition in the Oppo Pad due to the lack of a fingerprint sensor.
Oppo to process in this tablet to the 7 nm chipset Snapdragon 870 is gone, which last year in China was days as an overclocked version of Chipset +Snapdragon 865 (which itself is an overclocked version of Snapdragon 865 was on display!) In Snapdragon 870 from 1 core of 3.09 GHz and 3 cores of 2.42 GHz (all with architecture Cortex-A77) and 4 cores of 1.8 GHz Cortex-A55 is used and its graphics is Adreno 650. This processor compared Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 cores present in Tab S8 Samsung It offers a world of difference and it goes without saying that the tip of the scale in this section will be completely in favor of Samsung. Oppo has given up on considering a 5G or even 4G modem for this chipset, and thus the Oppo Pad depends only on Wi-Fi for wireless communication with the outside world. The RAM of the device is 6 or 8 GB of LPDDR4X type and it has 128 or 256 GB of UFS 3.1 internal memory. The memory slot is not supported in this model.
The battery of the tablet is an 8,360 mAh model, which has more capacity than the 8,000mAh battery in the Tab S8 and is powered by a 33W fast charger.
Among other options to be mentioned about Oppo Pad should mention the four speakers, Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 and not only the jack There is no headset and NFC in it, but satellite navigation has no place in the connections of this model.
As mentioned at the beginning, Oppo Pad also supports the pen to interact with the screen; The 16.5g Oppo Pencil recognizes 4,096 different pressure levels and has a 240Hz sampling rate.
Oppo The pencil is magnetically connected to the tablet and is charged wirelessly. According to the manufacturer, this pen can continue to work for up to 13 hours on a single charge, which is considered a good number at this level. The Oppo Pencil has to be purchased separately, priced at 499 yuan (nearly $79 USD at current exchange rates) individually. A separate keyboard is also designed for this tablet, which costs 399 yuan ($63).
Oppo Pad with operating system Android 11 and a special version of the ColorOS user interface called ColorOS for Pad has been provided, which has some changes compared to ColorOS 12 for better display on the device’s large screen. The basic version of this tablet with 6GB/128GB memory has a price of 2,299 yuan ($364), and for the 8GB/128GB and 8GB/256GB versions, you have to pay 2,699 and 2,999 yuan ($427 and $475). This tablet entered the Chinese market on March 3rd (March 12, 1400) and details about the possibility and time of its presence in the world markets have not yet been published.