Oppo launched the budget Oppo Pad Air tablet and Enco R wireless earbuds in China on Monday, alongside the Reno8 series of smartphones.
The Oppo Pad Air has a 10.36-inch IPS display with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. The tablet is based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 chipset, which has eight Kryo 265 cores with up to 2 .4 GHz clock frequency, an Adreno 610 graphics accelerator and a Snapdragon X11 LTE modem. Up to 6 GB of RAM and a flash drive with a capacity of up to 128 GB are on board. There is also a slot for microSD memory cards.
The device’s specifications include four speakers with Dolby Atmos support, an 8 MP rear camera and a 5 MP webcam. The weight of the tablet is 440 grams. The Oppo Pad Air supports input by finger touch or pen.
As previously reported, a version of the tablet will be available without cellular support – only with Wi-Fi. The 7100 mAh battery supports 18 W charging. The tablet runs ColorOS based on Android 12.
The Oppo Pad Air will go on sale on June 1st in silver and gray colors. The base model with 4/64GB storage costs 1299 yuan ($195), the version with 6/128GB storage costs 1699 yuan ($255). The tablet comes with a range of accessories, including a 349 yuan ($52) keyboard case and a 299 yuan ($45) stylus.
The Encor R wireless headphones with AAC and SBC codec support are equipped with 13.4mm drivers. The device doesn’t have active ANC noise cancellation, although it does have AI noise cancellation on voice calls. Each earphone weighs only 3.5 grams. In terms of protection against moisture and dust, the device meets the IPX4 standard.
Encor R has a battery life of 4 hours. Thanks to the charging case, this value increases by 20 hours.
To connect headphones to devices, the Bluetooth 5.2 protocol is used. It is charged via a USB-C connection. Oppo Enco R will be available in China from June 1 for 299 yuan ($45).