Oppo Pad design confirmed in leaked live shots

In a few days, Oppo will introduce its Oppo Find X5 series of flagships with the Oppo Find X5 and the Oppo Find X5 Pro, and apparently, an Oppo Find X5 Lite. In addition to the new smartphones, we’ll also see the company entrance into the segment of tablets. After Realme, Oppo will become the second company in the BBK Electronics group to join the range of tablets. Worth noting that Vivo will also join the segment, while Reale will be consolidating its presence with new tablets. Anyway, as far as the Oppo Pad is concerned, we saw the device specs leaking a lot in recent months, and now we have a set of live images to look at. The device brings a very interesting visual identity at its back, so it won’t look like a rebranded Realme Pad. In fact, the specs clearly say it isn’t.

According to the tipster that posted the leaked images, the tablet is compatible with a magnetic keyboard cover and Oppo Pencil. However, there isn’t a trackpad on the keyboard, so you’ll need a mouse or use the touch if you want a PC-like experience. At the back, we can see a single camera with a LED flash, and a very asymmetric logo with unaligned letters forming the Oppo word, at least that is what my eyes are saying. The device has symmetrical bezels at the front with a single camera at the top.

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Oppo Pad key specifications

According to the previous leaks, the Oppo Pad will be much beyond the Realme Pad in terms of specifications. For instance, the tablet carries the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC which should still be considered a flagship SoC. The Realme Pad, on other hand, brings a much weaker mid-range-oriented Helio G80 SoC. Furthermore, the slate has a huge 10.95-inch LCD screen with a 120 Hz refresh rate. Unfortunately, this isn’t an OLED. Apparently, Oppo does not want to make this device much expensive. Those who want OLED will still need to grab one of Samsung’s offerings in the segment of tablets.

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The Oppo Pad probably comes with ColorOS 12 based on Android 12. Unless that Oppo brings a distinct skin for tablets. The device will draw its powers from an 8,630 mAh battery. We know that its reveal will cover the Chinese market first. We expect it to also enter international markets in the upcoming months.

As per the rumors, Vivo’s Pad also has the Snapdragon 870 SoC. We’re curious to see what will make it different.

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