In the run-up to the highly anticipated Oppo Reno11 series launch on November 23, leaks surrounding the Oppo Pad Air2 have surfaced, offering a glimpse into what appears to be a rebranded version of the OnePlus Pad Go. Renowned leaker Evan Blass has shared official-looking renders, showcasing the tablet’s design.
According to Oppo’s teasers on Weibo, the Pad Air2 is set to feature an LCD panel boasting a resolution of 1720 x 2408 pixels, mirroring the specifications of the OnePlus Pad Go. Notably, Oppo emphasizes the Pad Air 2’s blue light filter, claiming a 60% improvement in filtering out harmful blue light compared to regular LCD displays.
If indeed a rebadge of the OnePlus Pad Go, the Pad Air2 is expected to sport an 11.35-inch IPS LCD with a 1720 x 2408-pixel resolution and a smooth 90Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, the device is likely to house MediaTek’s Helio G99 chipset coupled with 8GB of RAM and storage options of 128GB or 256GB. The rear side is anticipated to feature a modest 8MP camera, while the tablet’s powerhouse is rumored to be an 8,000 mAh battery, supporting 33W fast charging.
As Oppo ventures into the tablet market, the striking similarities between the Pad Air2 and the OnePlus Pad Go raise eyebrows, hinting at a potential rebranding strategy. With both devices expected to share key specifications, the unveiling of the Oppo Pad Air2 may shed light on Oppo’s vision for the tablet segment and its alignment with OnePlus’s existing offerings.
Stay tuned for the official launch on November 23, where more details about the Oppo Pad Air2 and the Reno11 series are expected to be unveiled, providing a comprehensive look into Oppo’s latest additions to its product lineup.