Oppo appears to be preparing to debut the Pad 3, a possible replacement for the Pad 2, which was introduced in March 2023, according to leaked specifications. Details are starting to surface from the trustworthy source Digital Chat Station on Weibo, and while there’s no official confirmation just yet, they seem to point to a high-end Android tablet.

Upgraded Display and Performance

There are rumours that the Oppo Pad 3 will have a bigger 12.1-inch display than the Pad 2. For crisper images, a resolution increase to 3K (3000 x 2120 pixels) is anticipated, and a smooth refresh rate of 144 Hz may be achieved. At 900 nits, peak brightness is also claimed to be noticeably increased.

The Pad 3 is expected to have the newest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 engine under the hood, providing potent performance for taxing multitasking and demanding activities. With 512GB of storage and up to 16GB of RAM, this chipset may be combined with plenty of space for games, apps, and media.

Long-lasting Battery and Familiar

Another possible highlight is Design Endurance, which according to rumours may have a huge 9,510mAh battery. This should allow for extended use between charges. For faster power supply, the tablet is anticipated to feature 67W fast charging.

The Oppo Pad 3 may continue to be built entirely of metal like its predecessor. “Fingerprint-free unlocking,” which is implied by the leak, probably refers to facial recognition security.

Camera and Accessories

Tablets aren’t usually known for having good cameras, but rumour has it that the Oppo Pad 3 will have an 8-megapixel front-facing camera for simple photographs and video calls and a 13-megapixel rear sensor. Additionally, compatibility with the Oppo Pencil 2 stylus—which may have a linear vibration motor like to that of Apple’s most recent Pencil Pro—is suggested by the leak.

Global Availability a Possibility

In various areas, the Oppo Pad 2 was released in small quantities. On the other hand, the Pad 3 may be released more widely, maybe going under the name OnePlus Pad 2 in some areas. This conjecture originates from the comparable placement of the initial OnePlus Pad, which was really an Oppo Pad 2 with a different name.

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