Vivo is currently preparing to launch its brand’s first Android tablet in the market. The tab, called Vivo Pad, is expected to launch in their home market in China soon. However, before the launch, the company has already started coming up with multiple teasers of the upcoming tablet. Even yesterday (March 25) Vivo unveiled the complete design of the upcoming device. And now a well-known tipstar has published the main specifications of Vivo Pad online. Based on this specification, it is expected that the upcoming Vivo Pad will enter the market as a flagship tablet.
Vivo Pad Expected Specifications
Tipstar Abhishek Yadav shared the key specifications of the upcoming Vivo Pad on Twitter. According to him, Vivo’s new tablet will come with a 2.5K resolution and an 11-inch display with a 120 Hz refresh rate. The display panel on this tab will also support Dolby Vision. However, it is not yet clear whether the company will use OLED display or LCD display in Vivo Pad.
For performance, the Vivo Pad may use Qualcomm Snapdragon 60 octa-core processor. The chipset is built on an 8-nanometer fabrication process and will be mated to an Adreno 650 GPU. The tablet will run on the OriginOS user interface based on Android 11.
Vivo has already unveiled the design for the upcoming Vivo Pad tablet. According to the teaser, it will feature a flat edge design, the back panel of which will be made of metal. The device is guaranteed to have a dual-rear camera setup, which will be in the upper left corner of the back panel.
For power backup, the Vivo Pad will come with a 6,040mAh battery and 44W fast charging support. Previously released teasers have confirmed that this tab will have a quad stereo speaker setup. The Type-C charging port can be seen at the bottom of the tablet. Again, the power button and volume rocker will be present at the right end. Quad speakers will be placed along the top and bottom edges of the device.
In addition, the upcoming Vivo tablet will also support Vivo Pencil. The brand will also launch a compatible keyboard folio case for the Vivo Pad, which can be attached to the tablet using a magnetic pogo pin.