The Oppo Pad will use a Snapdragon 870 chip paired with 6GB RAM

A worthy Mi Pad 5 rival?

The Oppo tablet has been rumoured for quite a while now. Appropriate since Realme released a tablet of their own, and Vivo is also rumored to be releasing one as well. All that is left now is Oppo and OnePlus, and based on the Realme Pad, it’s safe to assume that BBK is eager to bring back tablets into the market.

Previously, the Oppo Pad has been seen on sneak peek images for ColorOS 12, and it got certified to include 33W fast charging. Now, the tablet has been benchmarked and it appears that it will use a Snapdragon 870 chip paired with 6GB RAM. Judging from this processor, the tablet is marketed towards the flagship or higher midrange segment and may have been a response to the Mi Pad 5 which uses a similar chipset.

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The tablet is listed on Geekbench under the model name OPD2101. This same model number also appears in the 3C certification so it’s quite safe to assume that this would be indeed the official specs of the Oppo Pad. The motherboard is codenamed “Kona” and it has a base frequency of 1.8GHz and also uses an architecture from Qualcomm, further signifying that the chip inside the tab is really the Snapdragon 870.

Other rumors suggest that the tab would have an 11in. 2K IPS LCD screen (2560x1600px) with 120Hz refresh rate, a dual-camera setup including a 13mp main camera, and a complementary 8mp shooter. There may not be a front camera, however. Reports also show that the tablet would be powered by an 8,080mAh battery and it would come with up to 256GB of internal storage.

We’re waiting for the official debut as it is fast coming!

Source: GSMArena