It’s a big announcement day for OPPO, as they announced several products beyond the much-awaited Find X6 series. Another highlight is the unveiling of the OPPO Pad 2, which does look similar to the OnePlus Pad in terms of design and most of the specs.
Like the OnePlus Pad, the OPPO Pad 2 brings in an 11.6-inch 144z LTPS display with an unconventional 7:5 aspect ratio and a 2000×2800 resolution that OPPO (and OnePlus) claims makes multitasking easier. It’s also powered by a Dimensity 9000 processor that’s paired with up to 12GB LPDDR5 RAM and up to 512GB UFS 3.1 storage. The Pad 2 also has a 13-megapixel rear camera that’s placed right smack in the center, while an 8-megapixel camera takes care of selfies.
You also get a 9510mAh battery powering the Pad 2, along with 67w SuperVOOC charging and support for an OPPO Pencil 2 that promises 2ms latency and 4096 levels of pressure. Aside from regional availability the other real difference between the OPPO and OnePlus tablets is the colors: the OnePlus one is available in green, while the OPPO version is available in gray and gold.
The OPPO Pasd starts at CNY 3000(~Php 23.7k) for the 8GB/256GB model and goes up to CNY 4000(~Php 31.6k) for the 12GB/512GB version.
Rounding up OPPO’s slew of announcements are the Enco Free3 TWS earbuds. They have support for LDAC with its Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity and offer both ANC (up to 49db of noise filtering) and spatial audio for an immersive listening experience.
They have unique drivers, where they are crafted with bamboo fiber to make them around 60% lighter than traditional drivers–on top of offering better vibration absorbtion. they have an IP55 rating, along with up to 30 hours of battery life with the charging case.
The Enco Free3 are priced at CNY 500(~Php 4k) in China.