The company’s latest tablet, the OnePlus Pad Go, has officially launched. The affordable entry-level tablet offers weaker hardware compared to the normal OnePlus Pad, but also comes onto the market at a significantly lower price.
The OnePlus Pad Go has an 11.35-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1,720 x 2,408 pixels. The refresh rate of the panel is 90 Hz and the aspect ratio is 7:5. OnePlus also installs quad speakers with Dolby Atmos and an 8 megapixel front camera.
Under the hood, just like the Samsung Galaxy Tab A9 introduced yesterday, there is a MediaTek Helio G99 chipset. There are also 8 GB of RAM and 128 or 256 GB of storage, which can be expanded using the microSD slot. There is also another 8 megapixel main camera in a large ring on the back.
The OnePlus Pad Go launches OxygenOS 13.2 based on Android 13. OxygenOS brings various productivity tools, including screen mirroring, file sharing and a cross-device clipboard for compatible OnePlus smartphones. The Pad Go’s battery has a capacity of 8,000 mAh and supports 33 watts of fast SuperVOOC charging.
The OnePlus Pad Go is only available in Twin Mint color and starts in India at INR 19,999 (€227/$240) for the 8/128GB Wi-Fi version. The top-of-the-line 8/256GB model with LTE costs INR 23,999 (€272/$288). OnePlus has not yet announced any pricing or availability details outside India.