Oppo Pad to have Snapdragon 870, 6GB RAM
New details of the Chinese tech giant Oppo's much-anticipated tablet that passed through 3C certification with support for 33W fast charging have been released.
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New details of the Chinese tech giant Oppo's much-anticipated tablet that passed through 3C certification with support for 33W fast charging have been released. The unreleased tablet reportedly named as OPD2101, contains the same model number as that of the 3C certification.
As per viral reports obtained by GSM Arena, the device is running Android 11 and 6GB of RAM. There's also mention of "kona" and clock speeds of up to 3.19GHz - indicating the tablet will indeed be powered by the Snapdragon 870 as previously rumoured. Reports also suggest that the gadget will come with an 11-inch LCD screen (2,560 x 1,600) with a 120Hz refresh rate, dual cameras including a 13MP main and 8MP secondary shooter, and 256GB of storage. There's also word of a large 8,080 mAh battery.
Oppo's tablet has been rumoured throughout the second half of 2021 but more recent evidence points to an imminent launch. (ANI)
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