Technology OPPO presents its new Pad 2 tablet and Enco Air3 Pro headphones

OPPO presents its new Pad 2 tablet and Enco Air3 Pro headphones

OPPO presents its new Pad 2 tablet and Enco Air3 Pro headphones

OPPO has presented its new OPPO Pad 2 tablet, which stands out for its square screen designed to better manage space when carrying out different actions at work and for its power thanks to the Dimensity 9000 processor, as well as its new Enco Air3 headphones and Air3 Pro.

The Chinese technology company has presented its new devices highlighting its latest developments, within the framework of the launch in Spain that will take place next Thursday, July 6, and which will feature the new Reno10 and 10 Pro smartphones, in addition to the OPPO tablet. Pad 2 and the Enco Air3 and Air3 Pro headphones.

As for the new generation of tablets, OPPO Pad 2, the company highlights its “clean” design with a size that is more like a square format, which helps work management. Thus, it is designed with a 7:5 format, achieving an aspect “very similar to that of many other office tools”, such as PCs, A4 paper and books, this translates into a “reading experience comfortable and familiar”, according to the company.

Likewise, the device has a “light and thin” design, with a thickness of 6.54mm and a weight of 552g. In addition, its back is made of a metal casing in dark gray. The texture makes light effects with shine and the edges are curved.

The 11.61-inch screen offers a 2,800 x 2,000 pixel resolution, for high clarity and enhanced image details. This screen includes a 144Hz refresh rate to ensure smooth images and a color adjustment that supports 1.07 billion colors. Likewise, it is certified with TUV Rheinland, meeting the Low Blue Light standards, and thus protecting the user’s eyesight.

Along with all this, another of the characteristics of this tablet to achieve an immersive experience and highly focused on entertainment, are its four symmetrical speakers. These speakers vary depending on the position of the tablet to direct the sound in the best possible way. In addition, it has compatibility with Dolby Vision and Atmos.

On the other hand, the power of the OPPO Pad 2 is driven by the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 processor, manufactured with a 4-nanometer process. It also features an ultra-fast core running at 6.05 GHz, along with high-speed LPDDR5 memory and UFS3.1 flash memory.

The autonomy of this tablet ensures that it works for a whole day, which is why OPPO points out that it is compatible with users who “depend on a tablet to work”. Likewise, it has a 9,510 mAh battery capable of supporting 12.4 hours of continuous video playback. In addition, it includes a 67W SUPERVOOC fast charge that manages to charge one hundred percent in around 81 minutes.

With all this, OPPO has stressed that another of the advantages of the Pad 2 tablet is its “intuitive and fluid experience” to work through multiple devices. This is due to the Multi-Screen Connect 2.0 function, with which it allows the automatic connection of the tablet and a ‘smartphone’ via Bluetooth connection.

With this function, the tablet gains access to the functions of the phone. For example, with the ‘screencast’ feature you can use your phone from your tablet as one more application, as well as make calls, send and receive text messages or go online. The same goes for files like videos and photos, which the user can access from both devices at any time.

The OPPO Pad 2 has been presented accompanied by the new OPPO Pad 2 Smart Touchpad accessories and the new OPPO Pencil. The keyboard has a magnetic pairing system and is made of an ultralight aerodynamic foam material.

For its part, the pencil includes a reduced latency of 2 milliseconds, as well as a working pressure of 5 grams with 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity. Likewise, it offers a more natural writing and drawing experience since it supports writing angles from 0 to 60 degrees.


OPPO has also introduced its new series of OPPO Enco Air3 Pro headphones. The company has mainly highlighted the Pro model for its support for 49dB adaptive ANC, thus ensuring an “immersive listening experience”.

Likewise, another of the characteristics that stands out the most is its design made with a bamboo fiber diaphragm. This translates into a three-pronged innovation: on the one hand, they are 60 percent lighter headphones; on the other hand, they are 56 percent stiffer, which reduces sound distortion; and finally, they have internal cushioning that is 63 percent more elastic, which reduces noise.

These headphones are compatible with the LDAC protocol, which allows audio to be transmitted at a bit rate of up to 990kbps. This is three times greater than that of traditional SBC encoders, while still managing to preserve “every detail of the audio.”

In addition, they include Transparent Mode, capable of keeping the user “connected to the world”, since it allows them to communicate with people around them, as well as listen to conversations and noises, without having to remove the headphones.

OPPO has also reported that they have Bluetooth 5.3, which offers a latency of 47ms and, therefore, stable connections and synchronized content between the two headphones.

As for its battery, the OPPO Enco Air3 Pro, have a range of 7 hours. Still, with the charging case, they can provide up to 30 hours of listening. Following this line, the fast charge support offers 2 hours of listening time with only 10 minutes of charging.

The headphones are IP55 certified to resist dust and water. Thus, they are valid for sports or any outdoor activity.

Its design is another novelty of these headphones, it is a design with simple lines and a discreet stick. Likewise, the case has a rectangular shape and the lid is covered with a layer of plastic that gives it “a semi-transparent modern touch”, according to the company.


The OPPO Enco Air3 headphones, for their part, have a 13.4mm diaphragm to achieve serious responses, as well as clear and vivid voices, very sharp.

They also stand out for being equipped with Cadence Tensilica HiFi 5 DSP technology, which translates into very powerful processing compared to its previous model, as well as 35 percent more power and 50 percent longer battery life. , according to OPPO.

These headphones have IP54 protection and also include low latency Bluetooth 5.3 with dual device connection. In terms of battery life, the headphones can be used for up to six hours, and can provide a maximum of 25 hours of battery life from the charging case. It also supports fast charging for the headphones, in fact, users can enjoy 2 hours of music with a ten-minute charge.



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