Oppo wants to deliver the best user experience, the most beautiful design and the highest performance with the Oppo Pad Air. The tablet has a two-tone metal split design. The upper part has a 3D texture in an Oppo Glow finish for a good grip and avoiding fingerprints. The lower part is sandblasted with 0.15mm grit for a smooth looking surface that is not slippery. The tablet weighs 440 grams and is 6.94 mm thick.
On board we find the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 for the performance. The tablet itself has a 10.36-inch 2K HD display. We also find four large speakers with Dolby Atmos experience on board. This should primarily benefit the consumption of entertainment. The battery has a capacity of 7,100 mAh. It allows you to watch up to 12 hours of videos, attend up to 15 hours of video conferences, or read up to 16 hours of e-books.
The tablet runs on ColorOS for Pad, a special variant of Oppo’s software shell that the manufacturer also uses for the phones, but now adapted to the larger tablet screen.
Price and availability
The OPPO Pad Air will be available from next week in the following configurations:
- OPPO Pad Air with 4GB RAM + 128GB ROM, in the color gray, is available for a suggested retail price of 329 euros
- OPPO Pad Air with 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM, in the color gray, is available for a suggested retail price of 279 euros
Oppo also launched the Reno 8 Pro.