It seems that due to the influence of OPPO Find N, users almost forgot about the Oppo Pad tablet. Even so, preparations for the launch of this device are still underway, as evidenced by the recent 3C certification that brings the product closer to the launch date.

Oppo Pad will support 33W fast charging, 3C certified

Oppo Pad tablet supports 33W fast charging, 3C certified

China Compulsory Certification is China's mandatory product safety certification system, also known as 3C certification. CCC certification is a mandatory product conformity assessment system implemented by the Chinese government to ensure consumer safety, national security, and product quality management.

China 3C Certification

OPPO Pad (OPD2101) will support 33W (11V, 3A) fast charging, but it is not clear whether the charger is included in the box or not. The tablet "brother" Realme Pad, already comes with an included charger. However, the power of this charger is only up to 18W.

Expected configuration of OPPO Pad

OPPO tablets will be bigger and more powerful – rumoured specs include Snapdragon 870, coupled with 6GB RAM/256GB storage. The device will be equipped with an 11-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 px and a refresh rate of 120 Hz.

As for the battery, the product is said to have a capacity of 8,080 mAh. For comparison, the Realme Pad has an Helio G80 chipset, a 10.4-inch screen with a resolution of 2,000 x 1,200 px (60 Hz) and a smaller 7,100 mAh battery.

The expected price of the product?

Oppo Pad is expected to cost INR ₹24,999. Currently, there is no official information about the launch date of the OPPO Pad.