The OPPO Pad Air 2 Takes Cues from the Oppo Pad and OnePlus Pad

They really like this type of design don’t they? It changed a lot since the first Pad Air.

In China, Oppo announced the Pad Air2, the successor of the original Pad Air. The series is like a “lite” version of their regular tablets and apparently Oppo/OnePlus likes the design of the regular Oppo/OnePlus Pad so much that they used it for their future tablets. If you would ask us, we prefer the design of the original Pad Air. The Pad Air2 has a noticeable greyish bar where the camera is located, unlike the aforementioned flagship tablet.

Unlike the previous tablet which came with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 chipset, the Pad Air2 is on the other side of the spectrum, using a similarly powerful MediaTek Helio G99 chipset. It uses an 11.35″ 2.4K IPS LCD (2408x1720px). This resolution is quite an improvement to the already impressive Oppo Pad Air.

The Pad Air2 also boasts a larger 8000mAh battery and 33W SuperVOOC fast charging, the latter is a trait shared from the Pad Air and has been the standard for Oppo phones for a year now.

There’s a dual 8MP camera on the tablet. One at the back and one at the front. It still lacks cellular services.

Other notable features include a quad speaker system with Dolby Atmos, 5GHz Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 5.2. It runs ColorOS 13.1 for Oppo Pad based on Android 13.

It is not available yet in the Philippines. In its home country, the price initially is priced at CNY 1,299 (~PHP 10.1K) and comes with 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM. There is also an 8/128 and 8/256 option respectively. These are priced at CNY 1,499 (~PHP 11.7K) and CNY 1,699 (~PHP 13.2K).

If Oppo Philippines notifies us of its release date, we’ll post it here in our blog. For now, keep your Oppo Pad Air.

Source: Oppo China