OnePlus is making strides in the tablet market with its upcoming budget-friendly Android tablet, the OnePlus Pad Go. The existence of this rumored budget version of the OnePlus Pad has officially confirmed by OnePlus. Recently, official marketing renders of the OnePlus Pad Go have emerged, providing a comprehensive look at the device.
These renders, obtained by Digital Trends directly from OnePlus, showcase the OnePlus Pad’s Go’s design. The back of the tablet features a two-tone design, with a prominent thick strip running across the top.
OnePlus COO and President Kinder Liu has disclosed that the tablet will sport a 2.4K display. Notably, the device is easy on the eyes, boasting TÜV Rheinland certification, and offers an immersive entertainment experience with Dolby Atmos support. The display of the OnePlus Pad Go boasts a resolution of 2800 x 2000, which is considerably higher than many budget Android tablets on the market. For instance, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 features only a 1200 x 1920 screen resolution, while the Lenovo Tab P11 Plus comes close with a resolution of 1200 x 2000.
On the software front, the OnePlus Pad’s Go introduces a Content Sync feature, enabling OnePlus smartphone users to access their media and share a synchronized clipboard with the tablet. Moreover, they can effortlessly transfer files using a simple drag-and-drop gesture without needing to log into any accounts.
In terms of design, the OnePlus Pad’s Go closely resembles the regular OnePlus Pad, featuring the same curved sides, a prominent rear camera, and a similar green color scheme. The primary distinction lies in the two-tone back design.
While the renders provide insights into the tablet’s appearance, they do not divulge extensive details about its hardware specifications. Nevertheless, OnePlus has hinted that the OnePlus Pad Go less powerful than its pricier counterpart, suggesting that it positioned as a “mid-tier entertainment tablet.”
The official release date for the device remains uncertain, but it has expected to debut sometime before the end of the year, expanding OnePlus’ presence in the tablet market with an affordable and feature-rich option.