Besides the Reno8 trio just introduced by OPPO, this manufacturer also launched a new tablet called OPPO Pad Air. This is basically a stripped down version of the OPPO Pad launched in March.
OPPO Pad Air still owns a square border design, finished from monolithic metal. According to OPPO, the Pad Air weighs 440 grams and is 6.94mm thin, which is also a bit thinner and lighter than OPPO Pad.
On the front, OPPO Pad Air is equipped with a 10.36-inch IPS LCD screen, slightly smaller than OPPO Pad due to the thicker screen border. This monitor is a 10-bit color monitor and has a 1200 x 2000 resolution, 5:3 display ratio, without a high refresh rate.
OPPO Pad Air is equipped with a single 8MP camera on the back and a 5MP selfie camera on the front, cutting down compared to OPPO Pad.
In terms of performance, OPPO Pad Air comes with Snapdragon 680 processor, the chip equipped on OPPO Reno7 4G and it does not support 5G. This is still a processor for good performance in the segment. It has 4GB/6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB storage memory. The battery has a capacity of 7100mAh, supports fast charging with a capacity of only 18W. This version is also compatible with OPPO Pencil.
OPPO Pad Air is on sale in China with 2 colors gray and silver, starting price from 1299 yuan, equivalent to 4.5 million VND, much cheaper than OPPO Pad’s price of 8.3 million VND.
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