The launch of OPPO Pad is no doubt getting closer. After seeing the alleged real-life image, a recent report also saw the tablet pass through 3C certification with support for 33W fast charging. Until now, the benchmark result has arrived as well, revealing some details before the announcement.
The benchmark spotted on Geekbench 4's database contains the same model number from the 3C certification. Besides running Android 11 with 6GB of RAM, it also mentions "kona" and clock speeds of up to 3.19GHz, indicating the tablet will indeed get powered by the Snapdragon 870, as rumoured.
Besides a Snapdragon chip, the OPPO Pad might also come with an 11-inch LCD screen (2,560 x 1,600) that supports a 120Hz refresh rate, a dual-camera setup that has a 13MP primary and an 8MP secondary shooter, and 256GB storage. There could be a large 8,080 mAh battery for the 33W fast charging.
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