A tablet from OnePlus is forthcoming. The next OnePlus Pad has a “Halo Green” hue and an unusual camera positioning, as seen in a new official photograph that has surfaced. At an event on February 7, the tablet will be unveiled alongside the OnePlus 11 5G and Buds Pro 2.
The lone image, published on OnePlus’ official India website, shows a green finish with a rear camera in the middle. Its body is said to be made of aluminum alloy and has a cambered (slightly slanted) structure like prior iPads.
According to OnePlus, the green color “blends the vitality of life with the expanse of space” in some incredibly flowery marketing text. Unfortunately, we are still unsure of the full features, pricing, or color choices. After adjusting the image’s settings, you can see the tablet’s small bezels and centered front camera more clearly:
The popularity of Android tablets may rise this year. At two 2022 events, Google teased the Pixel Tablet and the OnePlus future slate. The Tensor G2 chip from its most recent flagship phones will power the device, which should arrive this year.
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It will replace Google’s misguided Pixel Slate, which the company canceled in 2020 after just two years. Apple’s iPad dominates the market for consumer tablets, with Samsung and Amazon providing the most well-liked Android-running alternatives.
Here are the tweets about new OnePlus “Halo Green” tablet:
Does anyone still have their OnePlus One?
Bring your OnePlus phones to the #OnePlus11 5G Pop-Up Event on 2/11 for a chance to win a surprise. https://t.co/J0JeqNw8p2 pic.twitter.com/xfmsghmfUk
— OnePlus➕ (@OnePlus_USA) January 26, 2023
The new @oneplus #Pad is likely to come with a massive 10,090mAh battery that will support 45W fast charging@OnePlus_IN https://t.co/wbYhJ4Qx0G
— Zee Business (@ZeeBusiness) January 27, 2023
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