OnePlus Pad first ‘flagship’ tablet launch in India

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In India, OnePlus has unveiled its first tablet. The tablet, known as the OnePlus Pad, will compete with The Xiaomi Pad 5, the Realme Pad X, and other mid-range tablets will be competitors of the tablet known as the OnePlus Pad. The OnePlus tablet is made of metal, has a back with a brushed aluminium finish, and has a full-screen display with thin bezels, mimicking the brand’s smartphone design language.

The MediaTek Dimensity 9000 SoC, 144Hz high refresh rate, and 9,500mAh battery with 67W rapid charging are among the outstanding features of the OnePlus Pad.


OnePlus Pad price in India, available

The cost of the OnePlus Pad in India has not yet been made public. Pre-orders for the tablet will open in April, and it will be offered in a colour choice called Halo Green which is comparable to that of the OnePlus 11.

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OnePlus Pad specs and features

The 11.6-inch 2.8K OnePlus pad, which is aimed at the mid-range market, has a 144Hz high refresh rate, Dolby Vision, and HDR10+ compatibility.


The OnePlus Pad is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 processor and has a Mali G710 GPU for graphics along with up to 12GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal UFS 3.1 storage. Based on Android 13, OxygenOS powers the OnePlus Pad.


The 9,510mAh battery within the OnePlus Pad can be quickly charged at 67W and is rated for a 1-month standby period. The tablet will have a 13MP main camera with an LED flash on the back. An 8MP camera will be placed at the front, handling selfie and video call responsibilities.

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The use of a stylus or keyboard attachment, which OnePlus has also expanded support for, may dramatically increase the productivity of the tablet. Support for Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, Omnibearing Sound Field, Seamless Integration with OnePlus smartphones, and more are included as additional features.

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