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OnePlus Pad 2: Anticipated Features and Competitions Against Xiaomi Pad 7

The original OnePlus Pad was OnePlus' first foray into these waters in early 2023.

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OnePlus Pad 2: Samsung dominates the high-end segment with its Galaxy Tab S series, while budget options flood the market with varying degrees of quality. Android tablets remain a curious battleground.

The original OnePlus Pad was OnePlus’ first foray into these waters in early 2023.

The OnePlus Pad 2 is expected to launch in the latter half of 2024. Here’s what we can expect from it.

The Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor

According to the most prominent leak, the OnePlus Pad 2 will feature Qualcomm’s current best Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor.

This would make the Pad 2 a notable step up from the Dimensity 9000 on the first-generation Pad, delivering better performance.

Design and Display

According to some reports, the Oppo Pad 2 will be the rebranded Oppo Pad 3 for the global market.

OnePlus Pad 2 is also a rebranded Oppo Pad 2, so it wouldn’t be surprising.

According to this report, we can expect an all-metal tablet with a premium design.

The original Pad had a decent 12.4-inch display with a 90Hz refresh rate. It is unclear whether the Pad 2 will offer a higher refresh rate or a more premium panel technology like OLED.

Camera and Battery

The first Pad had mediocre cameras. However, most tablet users aren’t concerned about cameras.

So it’s anyone’s guess whether OnePlus will address this in the Pad 2.

As for battery life, there are few details on this front as well. The first Pad delivered a respectable 9510mAh capacity, but real-world use will determine if the Pad 2 can survive extended browsing sessions or video marathons.


A near-stock Android experience has been offered by OnePlus’ OxygenOS software in the past.

A major selling point for users who dislike bloatware on tablets from other manufacturers is that the new Pad will likely run the latest OxygenOS version based on Android 14.

If the OnePlus Pad 2 offers the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 at a competitive price point, it could be a compelling competitor.

It is likely that the success of the Pad 2 will depend on more than just raw processing power.

Beautiful displays, long battery life, and a thoughtfully designed user experience, especially with multitasking features in mind, will all be crucial.

It’s worth keeping an eye on the OnePlus Pad 2 until more details emerge.

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