This is the Oppo Pad Air, launching with Snapdragon 680
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In February, we got the Oppo Pad, a high-end tablet with Snapdragon 870 SOC, 8,360mAh battery, and a 120Hz IPS LCD. On the 23rd of May, alongside the Oppo Reno 8 series, the company is going to launch its budget tablet as well, the Oppo Pad Air. We have got the high-resolution renders of the tablets now, thanks to Evan Blass. Moreover, some key specifications of the tablet are also known since they were shared by Digital Chat Station.
Even though this is a budget tablet from Oppo, the design definitely is good. There is a two-tone design on the rear that looks quite interesting. We also see two speakers on the top, which means there should be two more on the bottom, resulting in a Quad speaker setup. The power button is present on the top, whereas the volume rockers are on the right side.
On the front, the display has quite large bezels all around, but since this is a budget tablet, we can give them a pass. The above image also shows a stylus, but we doubt if Oppo will include the stylus with the tablet itself. Moreover, being a budget tablet, we are expecting this to be just another stylus with no fancy features.
Finally, speaking of the specifications that we know, Oppo Pad Air is powered by the Snapdragon 680 SOC, and the base variant has 4GB RAM. The display is a 10.36-inch LCD with a 60Hz refresh rate and a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels. The battery size is 7,100mAh. The rear camera has a 13MP Hi846 sensor by SK-Hynix, and the front camera has a 5MP Hi556 sensor. The tablet runs ColorOS 12.1 for Pad.