Unboxed: OPPO Pad Air; a 10.36-inch tablet for entertainment and work?


OPPO is more than just a smartphone company; it also has iOT and other devices, such as this tablet — the OPPO Pad Air.

We unboxed it for testing and for your viewing pleasure.

Along with the OPPO Reno8 series, this tablet was also made available for purchase.

In addition to having Quad Speakers and a display with a resolution of 2000 by 1200 pixels on a 10.36-inch IPS panel, it is equipped with a CPU that is based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 680 architecture.

Although it has a 7,100 mAh battery and supports 18W fast charging.

OPPO Pad Air Specs

Android 12, ColorOS for Pad.
10.36-inch 2K display, 2000 x 1200 pixel resolution, 225ppi
60Hz refresh rate, 120Hz touch sampling, 360-nits
2.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 octa-core processor
Adreno 610 GPU
64GB UFS 2.2 internal storage, expandable via microSD up to 512GB
5MP front camera
8MP rear camera
Security: Face unlock, Password, Pattern
Quad speaker, Dolby audio
No headphone jack
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band
Bluetooth 5.1
USB Type-C
Dimensions: 245.08 x 154.84 x 6.94mm
Weight: 440g
Colors: Star Silver, Fog Gray
7100mAh non-removable battery, 18W fast charging

First impressions

It’s been a while since I get hold of an Android tablet. The last one was the relative of OPPO Pad Air — the realme Pad.

So that you have an idea, the photo above of the OPPO Pad Air’s box is huge, almost double the size of the OPPO A57.

The box comes with the usual accessories — all in white colors, and the mandatory reading materials that we don’t read unless the device is in trouble.

The device may be enjoyed at home or even on mobile, thanks to the SIM card inclusion you can buy one for mobile data.

Oppo Pad Air, as the name suggests, is extremely light and thin for its size. It measures 6.94mm thick and weighs 440 grams. Because it is a tablet, it appears similar to other tablets, but the Sunset Dune 3D texture sets it apart from the competition.

For entertainment or work?

I intentionally included this in the headline. Because while the tablet segment isn’t as popular as the smartphone, there is a niche market for tablets.

Having this tablet is a huge advantage for those who trade stocks or cryptocurrency.

If your flight is delayed, you can use this table to pass the time by watching films on YouTube, Tiktok, or even Netflix.


Because the OPPO Pad Air is so lightweight at only 440g, has a fast charger, and uses USB Type-C, I guess I will be enjoying it as much as be productive during this review.

Stay tuned for the full review.

By the way, the OPPO Pad Air is now available for a price of P13,999.

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