The Oppo Pad Air promises to be a good tablet at a low price

by admin, Saturday, 14 May 2022 (3 months ago)

The Chinese company Oppo has published a series of teasers showing a tablet computer called Pad Air. The device will be based on the Qualcomm hardware platform.

Talking about using the Snapdragon 680 processor: it contains eight Kryo 265 cores with clock speed up to 2.4 GHz, Adreno 610 graphics accelerator and Snapdragon X11 LTE modem. Obviously, a version of the device without mobile support will also be released – Wi-Fi only.

The screen size will be 10.36 inches diagonally, the resolution is 2000 × 1200 pixels, the refresh rate is 60 Hz. Users will be able to interact with the screen using fingers and a special pen.

Power will be provided by a 7100 mAh battery with support for 18 watt charging. The Dolby Atmos sound system with four speakers is mentioned. Only one camera will be on the back of the case, but its resolution has not yet been determined.

The Oppo Pad Air tablet is coming soon


A user known on the social network Weibo as Digital Chat Station recently revealed details about Oppo’s new foldable smartphone with a flexible screen. The device will receive a vertical screen and will compete with models such as the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 and the Huawei P50 Pocket.

The main feature of the promising Oppo model is the price – it will be at 5,000 yuan ($ 755). For comparison, in China, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 costs 7,400 yuan, while the Huawei P50 Pocket at 9,000 yuan.

It also talks about the release of a new smartphone model with a large flexible screen and based on SoC Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+. It will be priced at around 7,000 yuan ($ 1,060). Obviously, we are talking about the successor to the Oppo Find N.

Oppo also recently announced its desire to create its own smartphone platform. and recent data show it is almost ready.

Sources say the new SoC will be available next year. We know that it will be produced according to the 6 nm process technology at the TSMC facilities. Obviously, this will not be a top solution, as already in 2024 Oppo should release a more productive SoC with a built-in modem. Obviously, this means that the first platform, which will be released next year, will not receive a built-in modem.

Unfortunately, there are no technical details. We can assume that Oppo’s first solution will be based solely on Arm reference cores. namely Cortex processors and Mali graphics. Considering Oppo’s relationship with Vivo, Realme and OnePlus. It can not be ruled out that the new SoC will also appear on the smartphones of these companies.

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