Vivo will offer a tablet featuring a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC, according to trustworthy tipster Digital Chat Station from November. Surprisingly, this demonstrates the BBK group’s strong interest in the tablet sector. Realme had released its first tablet, the Realme Pad, earlier this year. It was, however, an inexpensive tablet with the Helio G80 SoC, unlike the Vivo Pad. Meanwhile, Oppo, a Vivo and Realme sister company, is expected to release its own tablet soon. Vivo is only one of the many brands that make up the massive Chinese conglomerate that is targeting the tablet market. However, unlike Realme, it’s encouraging to see that the Snapdragon 870 SoC offers something beyond the mid-range market.More information regarding the tablet, as well as probable costs, is now available.
Specifications and price of the purported Vivo Pad The information comes from the dependable Digital Chat Station once again. He provided some additional information regarding the slate, including its pricing range. The Vivo tablet would have a “super-large and narrow frame full screen” with a 120 Hz refresh rate and a battery with a typical capacity of 8,000+ mAh and a rated capacity of 7,860 mAh, according to him. It’s unknown whether the display will be an OLED or a regular LCD at this time. Because the tablet isn’t classified as a mid-range device, this option is available. More tablets with OLED panels are desperately needed on the market, but we shouldn’t hold our breath until we get official confirmation.
In terms of the battery, it’s worth noting that a vivo item rumored to be a tablet was found on TUV’s website with an 8,040 mAh battery last year. The device’s remaining specifications are currently unknown. In any case, the tablet is expected to have 8GB or perhaps 12GB of RAM, as well as 128GB or 256GB of internal storage. A good selfie camera with at least 8 MP and a more powerful rear camera are also expected. Vivo could even surprise us with a dual-camera arrangement, which is uncommon on tablets but beneficial.
We may also expect 44 W charging over USB Type C with this tablet, according to the Digital Chat Station. The gadget is likely to have a fingerprint scanner on the side and dual speakers. It will cost CNY 2,000 ($315 / €280) in China, according to the tipster. Unfortunately, no information about worldwide availability has been released.
Vivo has yet to reveal any details on the debut of its first tablet. This information should be available in the following weeks.