Oppo’s first tablet is built premium, and we’re honestly impressed by how light it is to carry.
During the Reno8 event, Oppo also did a sneak peek at its future devices, including its first tablet, the Pad Air. In addition, it will also release two TWS earbuds namely, the Air 2 Pro and X2. We’ll review the Air 2 Pro sometime as we actually did receive one.
Oppo Pad Air
The Oppo Pad Air is a budget tablet. Its screen is a 10.36in. 2K (2000x1200px) IPS LCD with a standard 60Hz refresh rate. The name is definitely and obviously NOT taken from Apple’s iPad Air, that would be really silly.
Inside is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 chipset. An 8nm chipset popularly known for its power-efficiency so this tablet should have some level of endurance and some juice left when you use it all day. It runs a modified version of ColorOS 12.1 based on Android 12L. The chipset is partnered with 4GB RAM with 64GB storage. We’re yet to find out whether the 128GB version is coming too. Also, Oppo did not announce any LTE version of the tablet.
There are two cameras and let’s face it, you don’t really need cameras for a tablet. That’s what a smartphone is for. So all you get are a basic 8MP rear and a 5MP front.
It has a pretty small battery, a 7100mAh battery with 18W fast charging. However, with the power-efficient chipset, it should still last for a day on standby.
The tablet also features quad speakers with Dolby Atmos enhancement that can provide a very rich and a very loud sound experience.
It will be available on September 1 on Oppo’s usual outlets. These are its Lazada, Shopee, and TikTok stores.
The Oppo Enco X2 was announced last February and is part of Oppo’s greater ecosystem goals. It features an 11mm dynamic diaphragm driver, co-axial dual drivers, and a quad-magnet planar tweeters.
The charging cases are oval-shaped. The earbuds themselves are IP54 rated so it could withstand sweat drops and some dust.
It has Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity that provides ultra low latencies. This means little to no delays when communicating with another device. Each bud has an endurance rating of 9.5h. It charges via the case and the case itself is charged via its USB-C port. It can also charge wirelessly.
Enco Air2 Pro
The higher-end variant, the Enco Air2 Pro, is a variant of the Enco Air2 with silicone earbuds. It features a large 12.4mm Titanized Diaphragm drivers so that you can really feel the sound as if it is within the environment. It is what enables for dynamic and high bass. It also has Active Noise Cancellation that’s perfect for use in calls whenever you’re in a noise-polluted area.
Like the Enco Air 2, it connects via Bluetooth 5.2 and also has IP54 dust and water resistance. The connection has a range of around 10m which is pretty far.
The case can last up to 20h while the buds can last up to 5h each. Like the Enco X2, it charges via USB-C and can also charge wirelessly.
While we have no word about their pricing yet, expect the Oppo Enco Air2 Pro and the X2 to be released this 1st of September on Oppo’s official channels. These are its Lazada, Shopee, and TikTok stores.