Shortly after the OnePlus subsidiary announced its entry into the tablet market, Oppo is already registering the second generation today with the Oppo Pad 2 and it turns out that both have almost identical specifications.
Similar to its predecessor, the Oppo Pad 2 has a slim design in a luxurious aluminum case. The main part of the dish is the screen that has grown to 11.6 inches with an improved resolution of 2000×2800 pixels. It’s in a 7:5 aspect ratio which means it’s less wide and slightly taller compared to 16:9, while also supporting a 144 Hz refresh rate, 500 nit brightness and an 88% screen-to-body ratio.
Like the new OnePlus Pad, the Pad 2 is also based on the Dimensity 9000 processor, which is MediaTek’s flagship processor from last year, combined with up to 12 GB of LPDDF5 memory (there is also 8) and up to 512 GB of internal storage Byte type UFS 3.1 and non-expandable. The battery has increased to a huge volume of 9,510 mAh, and there is also a fast charging of 67 watts with SuperVOOC technology.
On the back, the camera bump houses a 13-megapixel sensor with support for 4K video recording and on the front is an 8-megapixel sensor. There is also WIFI 6 and Bluetooth 5.3, a full keyboard integrated with a complementary cover as well as support for the digital pen Oppo Pencil 2 which was also launched and according to it provides a response time of 2 hundredths of a second with the detection of 4096 different pressure points.
The price of Pad 2 will be about 450 dollars for the basic configuration (8/256) and up to 590 dollars for the most expensive configuration (12/512). The launch is planned for next month.