The Oppo Pad will support 33W fast charging, gets a 3C certification

Peter, 10 January 2022

Oppo has been so busy with the hotly anticipated Find N that it hasn’t had time to launch its first tablet, the Oppo Pad. Preparation for the launch of the slate is still ongoing though, as evidenced by the recent certification by the 3C.

It shows that the Oppo Pad (OPD2101) will support 33W fast charging (11V, 3A), however, it is not clear if such a charger will be included in the retail package. Its cousin, the Realme Pad, did come with an included charger.

The Oppo Pad will support 33W fast charging, gets a 3C certification

The Realme slate only goes up to 18W, though. The Oppo tablet will be larger and more powerful – rumored specs include a Snapdragon 870 (6/256 GB), an 11” LCD with 2,560 x 1,600 px resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate). As for the battery, it is said to have 8,080 mAh capacity. For comparison, the Realme Pad has a Helio G80 chipset, a 10.4” display with 2,000 x 1,200 px resolution (60 Hz) and a smaller 7,100 mAh battery.

The Oppo Pad is expected to cost CNY 2,000, which converts to $315/€275/₹23,000. We don’t know when it will launch, but it won’t be long now.



Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 11 Jan 2022
  • 6TT

At that price, I really hope they include the stylus for free + good global rom support Looking at xiaomi, its pad 5 is good. However, the sub-par global rom support is really deal-breaker. So, I hope OPPO do it right.

The main advantage Galaxy Tabs have (and will probably keep having for a long time) is that they include the S Pen in the box. Here in Europe, it can be pretty tricky - if not almost impossible - to get styluses for other brands, like Lenovo Precisio...

Let's not forget that the OnePlus Pad is also coming this year.

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