OnePlus is scheduled to launch the OnePlus 11 smartphone internationally on February 7, but it looks like a big surprise is coming along with that event: OnePlus’ first tablet. On the event teaser page for the US, a new banner image features the upcoming phone and earbuds sitting on a big tablet. On the event’s Indian page, there’s even a new tab for the “OnePlus Pad” and an extra picture.
In the official pictures, we can see a big round camera bump, which looks just like the one on the OnePlus 11. If you zoom in, you can see there’s a single camera lens and an LED flash, but cameras aren’t that important on tablets. It’s also very green. The other picture shows the sides of the tablet, which appear to be flat aluminum. There’s even a big, flat oval on the side of the tablet, which usually signifies a side fingerprint sensor.
We have more than OnePlus’ teaser images to look at, though. Just before OnePlus posted the official teaser, OnLeaks (aka Steve Hemmerstoffer) and MySmartPrice released renders, and while OnLeaks has a great track record, we don’t even have to guess here—these images have already been proven accurate by OnePlus’ teaser. The accompanying report says to expect an 11.6-inch display and a metal unibody chassis.
Internationally, OnePlus’ parent company, Oppo, started a tablet line last year, launching both the “Oppo Pad” and “Oppo Pad Air” in 2022. The more premium Oppo Pad has an 11-inch 2560×1600, 120 Hz LCD, a Snapdragon 870 SoC, 6GB of RAM, an 8360 mAh battery, 33 W charging, and pen input. It sells for about $340. There’s a good chance that the OnePlus Pad will be similar.
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