Oppo introduced the Pad 2 tablet. The novelty replaced last year’s Oppo Pad. In addition, the manufacturer announced Enco Free3 wireless headphones.
The Oppo Pad 2 tablet outwardly almost copies the previously presented OnePlus Pad tablet model. The characteristics of the devices also turned out to be similar. Oppo Pad 2 received the same 11.6-inch IPS display with a resolution of 2800 × 2000 pixels, a refresh rate of 144 Hz, a custom 7:5 aspect ratio, a brightness level of 500 cd/m2 and a contrast ratio of 1400:1.
The novelty is based on a 4-nm single-chip platform MediaTek Dimensity 9000 with a clock frequency of up to 3.05 GHz and a Mali-G710 MC10 graphics accelerator. Oppo Pad 2 offers 8GB or 12GB LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 flash storage up to 512GB. Memory cards are not supported here, so you should select a model with the required amount of flash memory in advance.
Oppo Pad 2 is equipped with two cameras. The rear has a resolution of 13 megapixels, while the front has 8 megapixels. The novelty is running Android 13 with a proprietary shell ColorOS 13.1. The manufacturer notes that the Pad 2 supports the Oppo Pencil 2 electronic pen. The latter is sold separately, has a delay of only 2 ms and supports 4096 degrees of pressure.
The device is also equipped with a 9510mAh battery with support for 67W fast charging. The Oppo Pad 2 will be offered in Nebula Gray and Feather Gold. The device is priced at 2,999 yuan ($436) with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage, and 3,399 yuan ($495) with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. The maximum device configuration with 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB flash drive will be offered for 3999 ($599). Sales of the tablet in China will start on March 24.
One of the features of the presented Oppo Enco Free3 wireless headphones is their equipping with 12.4mm drivers with bamboo fiber diaphragm. The manufacturer claims that this improves the sound of high frequencies and suppresses distortion – the reproduced frequency range reaches 40 kHz. In addition, diaphragms made from this material are 60% lighter than conventional ones. The headphones connect via Bluetooth 5.3 and support the high-performance LDAC codec, which allows you to transmit high-quality audio at bit rates up to 990 Kbps.
The novelty implements active noise reduction technology up to 49 dBa (against 42 dBa in the previous model) with several operating modes, including “transparent”, so that you can hear everything around. Enco Free3 supports special algorithms that analyze the surrounding sounds, adjusting the noise reduction for greater efficiency. Also announced is a 360-degree spatial sound function and the ability to scan the ear canal to provide personalized sound.
The headphones have a low latency of 47ms. Without active noise cancellation, Oppo Enco Free3 batteries will last up to 7 hours (5.5 hours with noise cancellation) on a single charge, and up to 30 hours with recharging from the case (22 hours with noise cancellation). They support fast charging, allowing you to replenish energy for 2 hours of listening in just 10 minutes.
In China, Enco Free3 is priced at 499 yuan ($73). They will be on sale starting April 3rd.
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