The Oppo Pad is expected to be the first tablet from BBK Electronics. The move follows the announcement of a tablet expansion by Realme, another BBK brand. While no concrete information about it has emerged, a new set of leaks has revealed more details about the Android tablet’s potential specifications, as well as a look at what is said to be its live image. The Oppo Pad has a relatively sleek design and will most likely be a mid-range offering with premium specs aimed at the infotainment market, according to this information.
According to rumors, the Oppo Pad will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC, which will give it flagship-level overall performance. The tablet is expected to have 6GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, but there is no word on whether users will be able to add more storage via microSD cards. The tablet will also have a 120Hz refresh rate, but no word on whether the display will be LCD or AMOLED.
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It’s also unknown what size the display will be. According to reports, the Oppo Pad, on the other hand, will have a drill hole slot for the front camera. The back camera of the tablet, as well as the battery that powers it, remains unknown. On the software front, ColorOS 12, which is based on Android 12 but has custom features tailored to the tablet’s needs, is expected to run. There would be a dock for quick access to apps, as well as Home Screen widgets. It may also include features that make switching between the tablet and other Oppo devices, such as smartphones, as simple as possible.
The device is expected to be released soon, as live images of the Oppo Pad have begun to surface online. However, there is no word on whether it will be a global device or one that will initially be limited to China. Based on the specs, the tablet may have a mid-range price tag, but there’s no word on how much it will cost right now.