The OnePlus Pad Go is set to make its India debut on October 6, and a number of interesting details have emerged about the upcoming tablet ahead of its official launch. It is worth noting that the display and audio features of the OnePlus Pad Go have been revealed in the teaser recently posted on Amazon’s microsite. Furthermore, a reliable tipster has also provided essential specifications for the upcoming tablet.
OnePlus Pad Go design
- The design of the OnePlus Pad Go is expected to be reminiscent of the recently introduced OnePlus Pad.
- The Pad Go is expected to feature a curved-edge design and maintain the same camera layout as the OnePlus Pad.
- The rear design of the tablet blends two shades of green, with varied textures such as a matte metal surface and a glossy finish.
- This combination creates a distinctive appearance, especially when choosing the ‘Twin Mint’ color option.
OnePlus Pad Go Specifications ( Rumoured)
The specifications of the OnePlus Pad Go have been unveiled, featuring an 11.35-inch screen with 2.4K resolution and a 7:5 aspect ratio and the latest teaser suggests that the upcoming tablet will be equipped with a quad-speaker setup that claims support for Dolby Atmos audio.
On the other hand, tipster Mukul Sharma has suggested that the tablet will offer 4G LTE as well as Wi-Fi connectivity options for calling. Additionally, they have provided confirmation regarding the display specifications. Furthermore, the Pad Go is reported to include a maximum of 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage, with the option to expand the storage capacity up to 1 TB.
As per the latest tip, the upcoming OnePlus Pad Go tablet is expected to operate on Android 13. Sharma recently hinted that the tablet will be equipped with a MediaTek chipset, although specific details regarding the chipset were not revealed.
At this time, there is limited information about the price and specifications of the upcoming OnePlus Pad Go. However, However, there has been a recent report suggesting that it might be a more budget-friendly tablet compared to the OnePlus Pad.