Alongside the new Find X6 and Find X6 Pro flagship smartphones, Oppo announced its third Android tablet – the Oppo Pad 2 which comes as a sequel to last year’s Oppo Pad. Oppo also introduced its latest TWS earbuds in its Enco series – the Enco Free3.
Oppo Pad 2
Oppo Pad 2 brings a nearly identical design and spec sheet to the recently launched OnePlus Pad tablet. Oppo Pad 2 boasts the same 11.6-inch LTPS LCD with a 2000 x 2800 px resolution and a 144Hz refresh rate. The other interesting bit is the 7:5 aspect ratio which makes room for more vertical content and should come in handy for multitasking.
Moving on to the chipset – Oppo Pad 2 brings MediaTek’s Dimensity 9000 SoC paired with 8/12GB LPDDR5 RAM and up to 512GB UFS 3.1 storage which is not expandable via microSD card. There’s a 13MP main cam around the back and an 8MP shooter upfront.
The software front is covered by ColorOS for Pad. The new tablet also supports the Oppo Pencil 2 which is sold separately and promises 2ms latency and 4096 levels of pressure. The battery is rated at 9,510mAh and it charges reasonably fast too at 67W
Oppo Pad 2 comes in Nebula Gray and Feather Gold colors. The 8/256GB model is priced at QAR 1600 ($436), the 12/256GB morel is going for QAR 1800 ($495) while the top-tier 12/512GB version is set at QAR 2120 ($582). Open sales in China start on March 24.
Oppo Enco Free3
The Oppo Enco Free3 earbuds arrive with Hi-Res Audio streaming over the LDAC codec and also feature Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity. The earphones offer active noise cancelation (ANC) and well as spatial audio for a more immersive listening experience.
The diaphragm drivers were crafted with bamboo fiber materials which are 60% lighter than traditional drivers and also offer improved internal damping and vibration absorption. Battery life is rated at up to 30 hours with the charging case. The buds are also IP55 dust and splashproof.