OnePlus Pad Go Tablet Officially Revealed

Seven months ago, released its first-ever tablet. Named the OnePlus Pad, the device has pretty much everything to deliver a smooth overall experience. But with a launch price tag of $479, the tablet wasn't really affordable. Well, that's pretty much where the OnePlus Pad Go steps in.

Yes, OnePlus has officially revealed the second tablet for its lineup. If you head to the product page now, you can view the design of the Pad Go in all its glory. Now, even though the expected price tag is around $240, the tablet doesn't look cheap. And it will likely feature great entry-level specs as well.

What We Know About the OnePlus Pad Go

The OnePlus Pad Go comes with a design that's pretty similar to the OnePlus Pad launched seven months ago. As you can see from the picture I've attached below, it features curved corners and thin bezels. But the biggest difference is that the new tablet comes with a two-tone finish on the back.

Pad Go Design

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Other than that, the Pad Go also comes with the same color as the OnePlus Pad. Although, it's not the same shade of green. Instead, the cheaper version comes with a lighter tone. Also, the spun-metal finish that was present in the regular Pad tablet is not there on the Go version. But that does not really make the tablet look cheap.

OnePlus Pad Go Display

That said, OnePlus hasn't officially revealed any core specs of the Pad Go. The brand has only mentioned that the tablet features a 2.4K resolution screen. This screen should deliver sharp visuals, elevating your visual entertainment. But you don't need to wait long to learn about the tablet, as OnePlus will fully unveil it on September 22. And we will offer detailed coverage on the tablet when it launches. So, stay tuned.

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