“This strategic addition underscores our steadfast dedication to innovation, exemplifying our enduring commitment to ‘Never Settle’. The tablet extends the signature OnePlus fast and smooth experience to the masses and will make the big-screen entertainment all the more immersive and affordable,” said OnePlus in a press note.
OnePlus said the Pad Go would get the same design as the OnePlus Pad. This includes the curved-edge design, the distinctive green tone, and the centred-camera layout.
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Since the OnePlus Pad Go is said to be based on the OnePlus Pad, let’s take a look at the latter’s specifications:
Powered by MediaTek Dimensity 9000 processor, the tablet sports a 11.61-inch (2800 x 2000) screen of 500nits typical brightness level and 144Hz refresh rate. It is a screen of 7:5 aspect ratio with support for Dolby Vision. The tablet boasts 2.5D rounded edges, 6.54mm bezel, and 88 per cent screen-to-body ratio. The frame is made of aluminium alloy and has a centred circular camera on the back. The tablet is offered with 12GB RAM, supported by OnePlus RAM-Vita technology.
For ecosystem play, the Pad supports seamless connection with OnePlus smartphones running the latest version of OxygenOS. It can automatically connect to the internet through the phone. The tablet is powered by a 9510mAh battery, supported by 67W SUPERVOOC wired charging. According to the company, the fully charged tablet can last up to 14.5 hours of video watching and one month on standby mode. It comes in halo green colour.