February 24th, in addition to the annual flagship OPPO Find X5 series, OPPO also released its first tablet, the OPPO Pad. Now, this tablet has come to our evaluation room, and here is a picture tour for you.
OPPO Pad is available in two colors, Yaoye Black and Aurora Purple, as well as the OPPO Pad artist limited set (silver) jointly launched by artist James Jean. What we got is the Yaoye Black version.
OPPO Pad is equipped with an 11-inch LCD full screen with a resolution of 2560X1600, supports 120Hz high refresh rate, PPI up to 275, has a 1500:1 contrast ratio, a screen ratio of 86.3%, supports HDR10 and P3 wide color gamut, and hardware-level Anti-blue light.
In terms of core performance, OPPO Pad is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor, built-in 8360mAh large battery, and supports 33W super flash charging.
The tablet is equipped with the ColorOS for Pad system, which supports four-finger pinch, two-finger split-screen, parallel windows, and multi-device cross-screen collaboration.
Also released with OPPO Pad are the OPPO Pencil stylus and smart magnetic keyboard. The OPPO Pencil stylus has 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity, supports magnetic wireless fast charging, and can write continuously for 13 hours when fully charged. At the same time, the pen tip can write 200,000 times, and it supports pen tip replacement.
Whether it is the appearance design, screen parameters, hardware performance, or supporting peripherals, OPPO Pad, as the first tablet of OPPO, its performance is almost perfect.
In terms of price, OPPO Pad offers three configurations of 6+128GB, 6+256GB, and 8+256GB, priced at 2,299 yuan, 2,699 yuan, and 2,999 yuan respectively. The artist’s limited edition is priced at 3,499 yuan (8+256GB). It will be officially released at 10:00 am on March 3.