Oppo is gearing up to introduce a new addition to its tablet portfolio, the Oppo Pad Neo, which is poised to make its debut in the global market. The device first came into the spotlight back in September when it received NBTC certification, followed by listings on IMDA and SIRIM. Adding to this momentum, the Oppo Pad Neo has recently been spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification site, hinting at its imminent arrival.
The Bluetooth SIG certification of the Oppo Pad Neo, designated by the model number OPD2303, not only confirms the device's existence but also reveals its support for Bluetooth 5.2. An interesting aspect of this development is that the same model number is shared with the OnePlus Pad Go. This similarity suggests that the Oppo Pad Neo might be a rebranded version of the OnePlus Pad Go, tailored for the global market.
OPPO Pad Neo receives Bluetooth SIG certification: Launch imminent
This strategy is not new for Oppo, as they have previously rebranded OnePlus devices. A recent example is the launch of the Oppo Pad Air 2 in China, which was also a rebranded version of the OnePlus Pad Go. Given this history, it's plausible to expect that the Oppo Pad Neo will share similar specifications with its OnePlus counterpart.
The anticipated specs of the Oppo Pad Neo include an 11.35-inch 2.4K LCD display with a 7:5 aspect ratio. It is likely to be equipped with 8GB of RAM and offer storage options of 128GB or 256GB, powered by the Helio G99 chipset. A substantial 8,000mAh battery supporting USB-C charging (USB 2.0 standard) is also expected to be part of the package.