OnePlus’ New sub-$300 Tablet Targets Affordable Rivals


Following teasers of a budget tablet launch a while back, it looks like OnePlus has finally – and officially – launched its second tablet product, in the form of the OnePlus Pad Go. The device is now available for buyers in Indian markets, and is considerably more affordable than the company’s flagship OnePlus Pad.

Available in a single “Twin Mint” color variant, the OnePlus Pad Go comes with a rather large 11.35-inch IPS LCD display with a 90Hz refresh rate and a 1720 x 2408 pixel resolution. The tablet maintains the overall design and form factor as on its more expensive sibling, including the unique-looking round camera module. The tablet also packs 8MP cameras on both the front and back.

Inside you’ll find up to 256GB of expandable internal storage and 8GB of RAM, which work alongside a MediaTek Helio G99 chipset. For software, the tablet comes with Android 13 with OnePlus’ Oxygen OS user interface. The tablet is powered by an 8,000 mAh battery, which comes with support for 33W charging speeds.

As for price, the OnePlus Pad Go starts at around $240 when converted. There’s no word yet if the tablet will make its way to more markets, although we might hear more details from OnePlus regarding availability soon.

Source: OnePlus (IN)

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