Oppo’s tablet has been rumored for the second half of 2021, but recent evidence points to an imminent launch. The latest report shows that the tablet has passed 3C certification and supports 33W fast charging. Now, an unreleased tablet (OPD2101) has been spotted in Geekbench 4’s database.
Source: Geekbench 4 browser
This benchmark contains the same model number as 3C certified. In benchmarks, the device is listed running Android 11 and 6GB of RAM. There’s also mention of “kona” and clock speeds of up to 3.19GHz – suggesting that the tablet will indeed be powered by the previously rumored Snapdragon 870.
Previously leaked renders of the Oppo ‘Pad’ tablet
Previous rumors suggested that the Oppo Pad will feature an 11-inch LCD screen (2,560 x 1,600) with a 120Hz refresh rate, dual cameras including a 13MP primary and 8MP secondary cameras, and 256GB of storage. There’s also news of a massive 8,080 mAh battery.