Oppo will reveal the new Find X6 flagship series and its second generation tablet today , and we assumed we knew what to anticipate – after all, that Oppo Pad 2 score on Geekbench seemed genuine, and it showed a Snapdragon 888 processor, not a Dimensity 9000 as some early reports indicated. Oppo has just turned the plot on us, revealing that the new tablet will actually use a MediaTek chip.
You can see it in this teaser picture, which also displays 512GB of UFS 3.1 storage. This is presumably the utmost storage, but we’re already looking at something much more expensive than Oppo’s first-generation slates.
In contrast, the initial Oppo Pad had a Snapdragon 870 processor and 128GB or 256GB of storage. The Pad Air featured a Snapdragon 680 processor and 64/128GB of storage. While the 9000 isn’t MediaTek’s most recent flagship product (the 9000+ and 9200 are), it is more contemporary than the Snapdragon 888.
Based on earlier reports, we anticipate Oppo to unveil new tablet attachments, including a new stylus and a keyboard. The slate itself should have an 11.6″ 144Hz LCD and a 9,500mAh battery with 67W charging, though Oppo has yet to clarify these details, which should happen tomorrow afternoon in China at the latest.