There has been much talk about a new tablet from vivo. After all, the device has recently passed many certifications. Now, the Vice President of Vivo, Jia Jingdong, has finally confirmed the device. It's called Vivo Pad Air, and it's a great tablet for the price.
Wondering what makes it a great pick? The Vivo Pad Air has a high-performance SoC, a large-sized battery, a superb display, and, most importantly, a custom android operating system that specifically offers a smooth tablet experience.
Main Highlights of Vivo Pad Air
As per the official announcement from the Vice President, the Vivo Pad Air comes with a large 11.5-inch display. It's a 2.8K panel with a 3:2 aspect ratio. But what's more important is that it comes with a DCI-P3 color gamut and 2.8K resolution, which means the display can deliver vibrant and bright images.
Under the hood, the Vivo Pad Air has a Snapdragon 870 SoC. While it may not be the latest from Qualcomm, it still offers excellent day-to-day performance. As a matter of fact, it can smoothly handle resource-intensive apps and games.
On the note of gaming, the screen has an impressive 144Hz refresh rate. This refresh rate will ensure that you get a smooth and non-choppy gaming experience. Also, as the prime core of the CPU has a 3.2GHz clock speed, the tablet should offer respectable frame rates in most games.
And the Vivo Pad Air has a perfect RAM and storage combination too. It packs 8GB of RAM with 128GB of storage. So, large files and demanding apps or games won't be an issue.
When it comes to the battery, the Vivo Pad Air features a big 8500mAH battery, which is enough for an entire day of entertainment and gaming. And as the tablet has 44W fast charging, low battery life won't be something you need to worry about either.
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Another great aspect of the Vivo Pad Air is the operating system. It runs Origin OS 3, which is a custom adaptation of Android 13. Vivo has tailed the OS by keeping tablets in mind. Thanks to that, you should have a great overall user experience with the tablet.
The software also brings some cool features. For example, it has an intuitive share mechanism. It works like Nearby Share, allowing you to easily share files from the tablet to the computer and phone. Also, the tablet has a light and thin design, letting you effortlessly carry it around.
Other Features, Pricing, and Availability
Vivo has done a great job with the audio features of the Pad Air. It has four speakers that are housed in super-large sound chambers. Such a configuration makes the audio output gain more depth. Also, you'll find Super Audio Computed sound effects. These make the audio output sound more immersive.
Moreover, the Vivo Pad Air is geared towards creative users. It has Pencil2 support, allowing you to take intuitive notes and draw on the screen with full precision. And the overall aesthetics of the tablet is great too. There are other productive software features too.
It comes in pink, silver, and blue colorways. All of them look quite eye-catching, but I like the silver color option more than the others. That said, there's no official information about the pricing and availability of the Vivo Pad Air.
But considering the fact that it comes with Snapdragon 870, the pricing should be lower than the Vivo Pad2. And when it comes to availability, it should be quite similar to the Vivo Pad2. That is, we should see Vivo releasing the Pad Air in the global market. We'll get you updated when more information about the tablet emerges.