The Oppo Reno11 series is expected to launch on November 23 and we’re also getting a new tablet entry with the Oppo Pad Air2. Oppo shared some teasers for the upcoming Android while Evan Blass went ahead and posted official-looking renders revealing the slate’s design.
The device looks identical to the OnePlus Pad Go and based on Oppo’s post on Weibo will offer an LCD panel with 1720 x 2408 px resolution just like the OP Pad Go. Oppo also boasts about the Pad Air 2’s blue light filter which is rated to filter out 60% more of the harmful blue light compared to regular LCDs.
If the Pad Air2 is indeed a rebrand of the OnePlus Pad Go then we’re looking at an 11.35-inch IPS LCD with a 1720 x 2408 px resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. MediaTek’s Helio G99 chipset with 8GB RAM and 128/256GB storage. The back will house a single 8MP camera while the battery should come in at 8,000 mAh and offer 33W charging.
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