vivo tipped to launch a Snapdragon 870-powered tablet

28 November 2021
vivo has confirmed it will launch its first tablet in H1 2022.

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Realme Pad came out, Oppo pad and Vivo pad to follow. Where is the OnePlus Pad?

  • Anonymous

Bodygard, 28 Nov 2021Finally they start to put good socks on tablets. Enough of ... moreYeah, but they cost 700-800 euro. Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 is a beast of a tablet, but it cost more than a Samsung Tab S7 in my country.
And at the end of the day, when you pay so much for a gadget, you want some kind of future proof. You can't have that with Lenovo or Vivo.
The sad true is that companies like Apple, Samsung or Xiaomi will still dictate the market, because they are the most reliable in the long term too. Especially for tablets, when the change cycle is not that often like in the case of smartphones.

  • Truther

Finally in the age where they commit to sticking good hardware into android tablets. Everyone's been doing the SD870 tablet lately. Lenovo, Xiaomi, Realme, Oppo, Vivo all the latest released have been pretty similar, Vivo & Oppo usually dont play as cautiously, im hoping they're going to be very different from the competition. Curious if there's a reason for why theres a launch of so many of these chips lately - maybe was just a huge leftover inventory of them since they never implemented too many SD870s into phones. Glad to see android tablets reviving & finally getting more compeititve.

  • Anonymous

My qns is always:
Do they support stylus

Any brand can have some success with tablets now, more like, if not now then when?
I'm already choosing on 12,5" category though.

  • Tio

Bodygard, 28 Nov 2021Finally they start to put good socks on tablets. Enough of ... moreYo entry level phone existed

  • Google Bot

Bodygard, 28 Nov 2021Finally they start to put good socks on tablets. Enough of ... more mipad 5 pro has been there for quite awhile

Finally they start to put good socks on tablets. Enough of that low tier Mediateks and Qualcomms...maybe now i'll buy one...