OnePlus, known for its affordable yet high-performing smartphones, has extended its product lineup to include tablets. Following the success of the OnePlus Pad, the company is now introducing the OnePlus Pad Go, which aims to provide a quality tablet experience at a budget-friendly price.
In terms of design, the OnePlus Pad Go retains the signature OnePlus green color and curved sides that make it comfortable to hold. The tablet also features slim bezels and a two-tone back panel, giving it a sleek and modern look. From my experience with the OnePlus Pad, I can confidently say that the OnePlus Pad Go will offer a polished software experience and unique aesthetics, thanks to its Oxygen OS operating system.
Despite being a budget tablet, the OnePlus Pad Go does not compromise on screen quality. OnePlus COO and President, Kinder Liu, revealed that the tablet will come with a 2.4K display. This higher resolution screen provides a pixel density of 296ppi on its 11.6-inch display, which is even higher than the 11-inch iPad Pro. The OnePlus Pad Go also boasts TÜV Rheinland certification for eye care and Dol Atmos for a superior audio experience.
The OnePlus Pad Go sets itself apart from the competition with its convenient features. OnePlus smartphone users can seamlessly access their media and share a synced clipboard with the tablet through the Content Sync feature. It also offers networking tools for data sharing between OnePlus phones and tablets, as well as notification syncing and screen mirroring capabilities. Additionally, the tablet can handle calls across devices, further enhancing the OnePlus ecosystem.
OnePlus is committed to continuously developing and expanding its tablet and smartphone lines to meet the diverse needs of its customers. The OnePlus Pad Go will launch with Android 13-based Oxygen OS, with OxygenOS 14 expected to arrive soon after. OnePlus is also exploring cross-device interaction to enhance the harmony between software and hardware. In the near future, the company plans to optimize other devices in its portfolio, such as smartwatches and foldable phones.
While the launch date for the OnePlus Pad Go is yet to be announced, OnePlus has exciting plans for the future. Alongside the new tablet, the company is preparing to unveil its first foldable phone later this year. Stay tuned for more updates on OnePlus’ latest hardware offerings.
– Digital Trends