Oppo Pad is likely to launch alongside the company’s much-awaited Reno7 series smartphones in the near future. It is no secret that the Chinese consumer electronics company is gearing up to jump on the tablet bandwagon. The company’s first-ever tablet dubbed, the Oppo Pad has been subject to speculations. Last month, the existence of the tablet was originally teased by noted leaker Digital Chat Station on Weibo.
Oppo Pad, Reno7 Series Could Launch On The Same Day
The Chinese tech blogger revealed the purported Oppo tablet’s design that showed fully-proportional display bezels. Now, more shreds of information about the upcoming tablet have been revealed ahead of launch. It is worth noting that the new information comes from Digital Chat Station. The leaker suggests that the Oppo Pad and the Reno7 series smartphone could launch during the same launch event. However, Oppo continues to remain mum on the official launch dates of the aforesaid devices.
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Oppo Working On A Foldable Phone
If the information shared by the popular tipster on Weibo is anything to go by, Oppo is currently hard at work on a foldable smartphone. Previous reports suggest that the foldable phone will have an LTPO display. Furthermore, it is likely to bear a striking resemblance to Samsung’s latest foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Z Fold 3. Aside from that, it is tipped to run on Android 12 OS out of the box. According to MySmartPrice, the tipster claims that Oppo has not yet decided the official launch date of its first tablet.
However, the company could unveil the Oppo Pad and Reno7 series smartphones in China during the same launch event. To recap, the Oppo Pad could sport a 12.6-inch display. It is also likely to sport a design that looks similar to the Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6. Aside from that, the upcoming tablet is likely to adopt a premium design, coupled with a higher screen-to-body ratio. In the software department, the phone could run ColorOS 12 straight out of the box. The ColorOS 12 could be rolled out in China later this month. It will probably be based on the Android 12 operating system.
Other details including the camera configuration, battery capacity, and hardware are still few and far between. The first Oppo tablet could come with interconnectivity support for other Oppo devices. In other words, you can connect the tablet to Oppo branded earbuds, fitness trackers, smartwatches, and even earbuds. More details about the Oppo Pad could surface on the web in the coming few weeks.