It comes with Snapdragon 680 4G and a premium design. With that said, you also have a premium price tag!
Oppo’s first tablet to be released in the Philippines, the Pad Air, is now official! It comes with an aluminium back and a nearly bezel-less screen. Oppo usually is reluctant in creating tablets but due to their rising demand and Google’s return to support it, Oppo wanted a share of that pie.
To recap, the Pad Air is a 10.36in. tablet with a 2K (2000x1200px) screen and LTE capabilities. Inside is the power-efficient Snapdragon 680 chipset paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. The 128GB option is not available. It does come with an additional 3GB Virtual RAM which takes the already cramped 64GB storage for it to work.
It runs a modified version of ColorOS 12.1 based on Android 12L and also features two cameras. One at the back and another at the front. It has 8MP and 5MP resolutions, respectively.
It also comes with a small battery (for a tablet of its size), only 7100mAh. This small battery is compensated with 33W fast charging. In terms of sound, it comes with a 3.5mm jack and quad speakers with Dolby Atmos enhancement. This makes it an entertainment powerhouse.
In the Philippines, the tablet costs Php13,999 and comes in Grey only.
- 10.36in. 2K (2000x1200px) IPS LCD, 120Hz touch sampling rate, 225ppi
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 (8nm)
- 8mp (main), f/2.0, CAF
- FRONT: 5mp, f/2.2
- ColorOS 12.1 based on Android 12L
- 7100mAh, 33W fast charging, USB-C
- 3.5mm jack, Quad speakers, Dolby Atmos enhancement
- 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 6, dual-band Wi-FI, Bluetooth 5.1