iQOO Pad is launching on May 23
iQOO will unveil the Neo 8 series smartphones at an event in China on May 23, which, the company today announced, will also mark the debut of its first tablet, dubbed iQOO Pad.
The teaser shared by iQOO reveals the iQOO Pad's design, which is similar to the vivo Pad2. And that's hardly a surprise since the iQOO Pad is believed to be a version of vivo Pad2 powered by the Dimensity 9000+ instead of the Dimensity 9000 chip.
If true, the iQOO Pad will sport a 12.1" 144Hz LCD of 2,800x1,968-pixel resolution, have up to 12GB RAM and 512GB storage onboard, and run Android 13-based OriginOS 3. It will pack a 10,000 mAh battery with 44W wired and 5W reverse wired charging.
The selfie shooter will use an 8MP sensor, while the primary camera will use a 13MP sensor. It will be joined by a 2MP macro unit. The iQOO Pad won't feature a 3.5mm headphone jack but will come with stereo speakers.
vivo had introduced a keyboard case with a built-in trackpad and a stylus for the Pad2, so it remains to be seen whether or not these accessories will be available for the iQOO Pad.
- 20 May 2023
Are there any other apparent differences because that’s not enough to differentiate.
- 19 May 2023
Not exactly... Vivo and iQoo both have USB3.2 and are able to support external display...but charge is a little bit slower. Oneplus Pad had USB2.0 without external screen's support... Nevertheless, there's still no microSD support....
- Darth Caesium
- 18 May 2023
That's what I'd meant actually. The high PWM refresh rates really do help the eyes. I personally don't have much trouble with my Google Pixel 7 Pro's 240Hz PWM, but from time to time it does make me tear up in certain lighting con...