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OnePlus Pad Pre-orders Open on April 10 with an “Amazing Gift”

OnePlus has disclosed the pre-order commencement date for its OnePlus Pad tablet. The company is also running a giveaway for promotion.

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Earlier this year, OnePlus unveiled its long-anticipated Pad tablet alongside the international version of the OnePlus 11 smartphone. Though eagerly awaited by fans all over the world, customers have had to wait a bit longer for them to become available in stores and online. Nevertheless, we can anticipate that it is coming soon!

We’ll have to hang tight because OnePlus has disclosed that pre-orders for the Pad will commence on April 10. Please note, though: these are just pre-orders, and the exact date when orders can be filled is still unknown.

If you pre-order a OnePlus Pad starting on April 10 and make a deposit, the company promises to reward you with an “amazing gift that you’ll love,” though they remain tight-lipped about what it may be. You can then pay the remainder of the cost before your device is delivered right to your door.

OnePlus Pad Pre-orders

Sign up on the OnePlus website and subscribe to “Notify Me” to get a chance at winning either a OnePlus Pad or an amazing pair of OnePlus Buds Z2 true wireless earbuds, plus stay informed about all upcoming launches.

As of yet, the cost of the OnePlus Pad remains unspecified. However, if rumours are to be believed, this tablet will become quite a formidable contender against popular Android tablets such as Xiaomi’s Pad 5, Samsung Galaxy Tab A8, and Lenovo tablets.

Concerning the specifications, the OnePlus Pad comes with an 11.6-inch LCD screen featuring a 144Hz refresh rate and 88 percent screen-to-body ratio. It weighs around 552 grams and is 6.5mm thick. For now, the tablet comes in a green colour option.

Customers have the option to choose from two storage options. The basal model includes 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of UFS 3.1 storage, while those with more demanding needs can select the advanced version that features 12GB RAM and 256 GB internal memory for faster speeds and smoother experiences. Both models ship along with Android-based OxygenOS 13.1.

For its powerhouse, the device is driven by MediaTek’s Dimensity 9000 SoC; this choice of chipset from rival firm Qualcomm for premium devices marks an interesting decision from OnePlus. The tablet is backed by a 9510 mAh battery supporting 65W SuperVOOC charging.

On the rear, there is a 13-megapixel camera with Electronic Image Stabilization that can capture 4K videos at 30 fps. Meanwhile, on the front resides an 8MP lens capable of recording Full HD footage at 30 FPS. As for connectivity, it only has Wi-Fi capabilities; however, LTE options may be included in subsequent models released by OnePlus sometime down the line. Additionally, 3.5mm audio jacks were excluded to encourage buyers to switch to their wireless earbuds series instead — a pretty clever upsell move by OnePlus.

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