Announcement. OPPO Pad Air is an inexpensive tablet with quad speakers, but no mobile data

Yesterday, OPPO showed the world its second tablet. The new OPPO Pad Air is called. Such a very homely device. Without support for mobile Internet and almost without cameras, but with four speakers.

Power is average.The chipset here is Qualcomm Snapdragon 680. Devices based on it, as practice shows, gain from almost two hundred to almost three hundred thousand points in AnTuTu. (Ugums, a surprisingly large spread of indicators, but like this).

Not too much memory. 4 or 6 GB operational, 64 or 128 GB permanent. Can be expanded with a Micro-SD memory card.

LTPS screen and no increased refresh rate. Diagonal 10.36″ (305 cm²). Standard resolution 2000×1200 (225 ppi).

The battery has a capacity of 7100 mAh. Charging - at 18 watts.

The cameras are purely symbolic, apparently. 5 MP front and 8 MP rear.

It seems that satellite navigation is not supported.Neither GPS nor other systems are mentioned in the performance characteristics. But the gyroscope is mentioned. Wi-Fi fifth, Type-C, of ​​course, is available. But there is no standard 3.5 mm audio output.

The prices are humane.At the start of sales - ¥1089 (₽9580, $165), ¥1289 (₽11300, $195) and ¥1589 (₽14000, $240) for versions 4+64, 4+128 and 6+128 GB, respectively. Then they will grow a little - to ¥1299 (₽11400, $196), ¥1499 (₽13200, $227) and ¥1699 (₽14900, $257).

Key Features of OPPO Pad Air:

ScreenLTPS, 10.36″, 2000×1200, 225 ppi, 305 cm², 60 Hz, 120 Hz sensor polling rate, touch, capacitive, multi-touch
IronQualcomm Snapdragon 680
2.4 GHz, 4 x Kryo 265 (Cortex-A73), 4 x Kryo 265 (Cortex-A53), Adreno 610
MemoryRAM 4-6 GB, ROM 64-128 GB, Micro-SD up to 512 GB, LPDDR4x, UFS2.2
Battery Li-Pol, 7100 mAh, 27.47 Wh, fast charging 18.00 W
Dimensions245.08 x 154.84 x 6.94 mm
Rear camera: 8 MP, f/2.0, 80°, [email protected], no flash, autofocus
front camera: 5 MP, f / 2.2, 77 °, no flash, no autofocus
OS Android 12, ColorOS 12.1
Sensors Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Illumination, Hall
USBType-C v2.0, USB-OTG

George Kiselyov