Alongside the OnePlus 11, the company’s first tablet will make its mark to the world.

Finally, all four BBK companies now have a tablet

Oppo has a tablet, Realme has a tablet, and even Vivo has one. So only OnePlus was left without a tablet in their portfolio. February 7’s event is about to change that.

On OnePlus’ Cloud 11 event website, there are five different products slated for release, and one of them is the OnePlus Pad. Right now, the only thing we know about it is that it comes with a Halo Green colour scheme which actually looks similar to the OnePlus 10’s Emerald Green.

According to the rumor mill, the tablet may be a rebranded Oppo Pad Air. However, these rumors turned out to be false as the camera alignment is situated at the center, unlike the left corner camera seen on the aforementioned tablet. So this might be an original design that Oppo may use later for their own portfolio, which would surprise no one at this point.

The colour “Halo Green” was actually shared by OnePlus to TechRadar. It also comes with an aluminium body and frame. According to OnePlus, this would make it more ‘comfortable’ for the user.

The tablet is a notchless nearly bezel-less display aligned horizontally. Based on the design, this tablet may be segmented into the midrange category than it is a flagship, as it shares similar qualities to them. We also don’t think an LTE version would be available, but let’s wait until the event starts.

The OnePlus 11, OnePlus 11R, OnePlus Buds Pro2, and the OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro are also expected, so this event is a lot larger than other events OnePlus held previously.

Source: TechRadar, OnePlus