Oppo Pad Air2: A Rebranded OnePlus Pad Go?

Design, Features, and Specifications Revealed Ahead of Launch

Oppo is set to unveil its anticipated Reno11 series on November 23, accompanied by the introduction of the Oppo Pad Air2, expanding its product lineup.

Ahead of the launch, Oppo has released teasers for the Oppo Pad Air2, generating excitement among users.

A renowned leaker, Evan Blass, has posted the official-looking renders on X, providing a glimpse into the tablet’s design.

The Oppo Pad Air2 shares a striking resemblance to the OnePlus Pad Go, suggests a potential rebranding of the latter. 

According to Oppo's post on Weibo, the Oppo Pad Air2 is expected to feature an LCD panel with a resolution of 1720 x 2408 pixels, mirroring the specifications of the OnePlus Pad Go.

Oppo highlights the Pad Air 2’s blue light filter, claims it can filter out 60% more harmful blue light compared to regular LCDs. This feature will enhance user comfort during prolonged tablet usage.

If the Pad Air2 is likely to be a rebrand of the OnePlus Pad Go, users can expect an 11.35-inch IPS LCD display with a 90Hz refresh rate, providing smooth visuals.

The tablet is likely to be powered by MediaTek Helio G99 chipset, coupled with 8GB of RAM and storage options of 128GB or 256GB.

The back of the Pad Air2 is expected to house a single 8MP camera, and it is speculated to feature a 8000mAh battery, with 33W fast charging.

The Oppo Reno11 series and the Oppo Pad Air2 are set to launch on November 23, and we are eagerly awaiting their full features and specifications.

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