Oppo Pad Air Review

Introduction and specifications

The Oppo Pad Air and Realme Pad X are both tablets from BBK Electronics that were released a few days apart, but major hardware differences set them apart. Also, although the Pad X is an India-only device, Oppo devices are also available in Europe. It's a budget tablet, this one. At first glance, this tablet is a tablet that focuses on multimedia, in contrast to the Realme capabilities provided by the keyboard and stylus type. The Pad Air only supports stylus input.

Powered by the Snapdragon 680, the Pad Air runs on a relatively large 10.36-inch IPS LCD panel, which takes it one step further compared to the Realme Pad X by offering 10-bit (1 billion colors) color depth. For a complete multimedia experience, the Pad Air offers a set of four stereo speakers tuned by Dolby Atmos. It should be noted, however, that 10-bit color depth is not really 10-bit. This is an 8-bit hardware + 2-bit software implementation.

All of them are powered by a more than reasonable 7,100 mAh battery to support 18W fast charging over Power Delivery standards. And if you run out of juice on any of your devices, the Pad Air will be happy to share it using a cable.

Oppo's latest ColorOS 12, based on Android 12, takes the whole room by storm by offering advanced multi-tasking features, which will work well on 5:3 screens.

But that's not all specs and hardware, especially when tablets are involved, so there's a lot more to explore beneath the surface. Make sure you check out the rest of the pages, as our thorough testing is likely to answer your questions about whether the Pad Air is the right choice for you.

Unbox Oppo Pad Air

The Oppo Pad Air comes in a relatively large retail box containing the usual user manual and a chunky 18W charger along with a USB-A to USB-C cable which is used for charging and transferring data.

The tablet can also be paired with a stylus, but you have to collaborate separately.

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