The Oppo Pad was launched early last year. A little later, the company’s first tablet was followed by the cheaper Oppo Pad Air. Next up is the Oppo Pad 2, which is also supported by an increasing number of leaks. Just like today’s first benchmark results in the Geekbench database.
One of the previous leaks already brought a Dimensity 9000 chipset into play. Today’s benchmark test, on the other hand, indicates a Snapdragon processor for the Oppo Pad 2 (aka OPD2201). While the scorecard does not name the exact model, the clock speeds are noted. And a 2.84GHz prime core, 2.42GHz performance cores and 1.8GHz efficiency cores are only found in Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888. The original Pad was based on a Snapdragon 870, the Air used a Snapdragon 680.
The Oppo Pad 2 ran through both Geekbench 5 and the new Geekbench 6 tests, each with Android 13 and 8GB of RAM. It is already known from a 3C certification that the new tablet charges with a fast 67 watts, twice as fast as the original model. The battery capacity is said to be 9,500 mAh and the Bluetooth support is the current 5.3 standard.
According to unconfirmed rumors, the tablet will have an 11.6-inch, 144 Hz LCD display with a resolution of 2,800 x 2,000 pixels. However, the Dimensity 9000 chipset is from the same source, so it may not be reliable. The Oppo Pad 2 could be launched alongside the upcoming Find X6 series. When that could happen is still unclear.