OnePlus Pad 2: Key Specs Appeared on Geekbench

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A recent entry on Geekbench has confirmed details on the upcoming OnePlus Pad 2. The device, identified by the model number OnePlus OPD2404, is strongly believed to be the successor to the company’s first tablet. The benchmark listing confirms that the OnePlus Pad 2 will be equipped with the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC. A significant upgrade from the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 found in the original Pad.

Benchmarks Hint at Possible OnePlus Pad 2

The Geekbench listing also reveals that the tested unit was running Android 14 and sported 8GB of RAM. While this suggests a base configuration of 8GB, it’s likely that OnePlus will offer additional RAM options at launch to cater to users with more demanding needs. The benchmark scores themselves, 2,103 for single-core and 6,297 for multi-core performance, are respectable. But fall short of some other devices tested with the same chipset. This could be attributed to the pre-production nature of the benchmarked unit. And the final retail version may deliver improved performance.

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Beyond the information gleaned from Geekbench, reports point towards the OnePlus Pad 2 being a rebranded version of the Oppo Pad 3. Leaks suggest the Pad 2 will share the Pad 3’s specifications, including the aforementioned Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC. In addition to a larger 12.1-inch 2,120p LCD display with a peak brightness of 900 nits. And storage options ranging up to a hefty 512GB. The camera system will also mirror the Pad 3. With a 13MP rear sensor and an 8MP front-facing camera for video calls and selfies. To keep users productive on the go, the Pad 2 will pack a sizeable 9,510mAh battery with support for 67W fast charging.

With the official unveiling yet to occur, it’s important to treat these specifications with caution. However, the emergence of the OnePlus Pad 2 on Geekbench paints a promising picture for a potential high-performance tablet offering from OnePlus.

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