Singaporean release of the OPPO Pad Neo: cost and availability
The OPPO Pad Neo, the company’s newest midrange tablet, has debuted in Singapore. The 6GB+128GB WiFi and 8GB+128GB 4G LTE versions will be offered.
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For a tablet in this price range, the OPPO Pad Neo has the first 11.4-inch 2.4K ReadFit screen.
For enhanced viewing, the Pad Neo boasts a 7:5 aspect ratio and a 7% greater screen area than its predecessor.
The device has a resolution of 2408 x 1720, a peak brightness of 400 nits, and a 96% NTSC color gamut.
Additionally, the screen is certified for both protection and comfort of the eyes.
For a number of cross-device functions, the OPPO Pad Neo may instantly establish a connection with a compatible phone.
Users are able to share the tablet’s mobile network with their phone using Communication Sharing.
On the other hand, users can move files, including movies and images, from their phone to the OPPO Pad Neo using Content Sync.
Furthermore, the App Relay function synchronizes usage across devices. Mirroring your screen is also useful when reading or watching.
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When it comes to viewing or listening, the quad speakers on the OPPO Pad Neo enable Dolby Atmos for a richer audio experience.
The gadget has an 8,000mAh battery that supports 33W SUPERVOOC charging and is powered by a Helio G99 processor. Additionally, it features 8MP front and rear cameras.
Cost and accessibility
On the OPPO website, concept stores, Lazada, Shopee, TikTok, Qoo10, and iShopChangi, the 4G LTE version is sold for SG$ 439.
Additionally, customers have the option to purchase from approved partners such as Best Denki, Challenger, Courts, Gain City, Harvey Norman, and POPULAR, as well as StarHub and M1.
The Wi-Fi version, meanwhile, costs SG$ 369 and can be purchased from any authorized shop.
The OPPO Reno11 Pro line
The OPPO Pad Neo and the OPPO Reno11 Pro series are being released simultaneously.
The brand’s new, ultra-clear portrait camera system, which improves portrait shots, is unveiled in the newest smartphones.
The Sony IMX709 telephoto sensor is present in both gadgets. The 50MP primary camera of the OPPO Reno11 5G uses a LYT600 sensor.
The 50MP primary camera on the OPPO Reno11 Pro 5G model, on the other hand, has a Sony IMX890 sensor.
The phones have a Portrait Expert Engine that produces amazing effects by processing images through four phases.