Oppo Pad Air starts selling in Kenya, priced at Ksh. 34,999

Oppo Kenya has entered the tablet market with the introduction of the OPPO Pad Air. Launched today, the tablet is priced at Ksh.34,999

The Oppo Pad Air powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 680 SoC is the company’s first tablet offering in Kenya competing with the likes of the Nokia T21/T21  and Xiaomi’s Pad 5.

The tablet has 4GB of inbuilt RAM and the RAM can be extended to up to 7GB by using internal storage.

The new Oppo Pad Air features a 10.36-inch display with a 2,000×1,200 pixels resolution and 60Hz refresh rate. The display offers a pixel density of 225ppi and a brightness of up to 360 nits.  Oppo says the display is TUV Rheinland-certified for low blue light eye protection.

As mentioned, the tablet is powered by an octa-core 6nm Snapdragon 680 SoC, coupled with Adreno 610 GPU.  It runs on Android 12 with ColorOS 12.1 on top.

For the cameras, the Oppo Pad Air features a single 8-megapixel camera sensor at the back, with an f/2.0 lens. For selfies and video chats, it sports a 5-megapixel camera sensor at the front, with an f/2.2 lens.

The Oppo Pad Air tablet also supports on-the-go (OTG) data transfer.

We are also getting a 7,100mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging on the tablet. Oppo claims the batter can deliver up to 12 hours of watching videos, 15 hours of video calling, or 16 hours of read e-books.

There are also quad speakers that are supported by Dolby Atmos delivering high-quality, layered sound with clarity and an immersive listening experience. 

The Oppo Pad Air is available in Kenya in Fog Grey and can be purchased throughout the country and on official e-commerce channels.

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