In April, OnePlus launched its first Android tablet, the OnePlus Pad, in the Indian and European markets at ₹37,999 / €499. The tablet had the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chipset, a 144Hz display, and a 9,510mAh battery. Today, the OnePlus Pad Go was launched in the Indian market, and this is a more budget-friendly version of the OnePlus Pad. This one starts at ₹19,999, or half the price of the OnePlus Pad.
The design of the OnePlus Pad Go is almost similar to the OnePlus Pad. There is a circular camera module on the rear with a single camera, but this budget tablet lacks a flash. The tablet has a two-tone design on the back, which the OnePlus Pad does not have. There are quad speakers with Dolby Atmos support and a Type-C port on the bottom.
The display is an 11.35-inch 2.4K (2408 x 1720 pixels) LCD with up to 90Hz refresh rate and DC dimming. The panel has 400 nits brightness and a 260PPI pixel density. The chip is the MediaTek Helio G99, paired with 8GB RAM and 128GB or 256GB internal storage.
The battery size is 8,000mAh, and there is 33W fast charging support.
There is a single 8MP rear camera with up to 1080p 30fps video recording and EIS. For selfies, the tablet has an 8MP sensor. Finally, OxygenOS 13.2 runs out of the box, based on Android 13.