OnePlus’ new budget tablet shrinks the hardware but grows the battery life

Following its September tease, OnePlus has officially revealed its new, mid-range tablet: the OnePlus Pad Go.

Compared to its big brother, the premium OnePlus Pad, the upcoming device is more portable although it comes at the cost of a top-tier performance. Its screen is smaller, clocking in at 11.35 inches (288.5 mm) diagonally outputting 2K resolution – more specifically, 2,408 x 1,720 pixels. The refresh rate has fallen a bit tool, down to 90Hz from 144Hz. It does, however, keep the same 7:5 aspect ratio from before; “perfect for viewing and browsing the internet”. Additionally, the OnePlus Pad Go’s display has eye protection features like Low Blue Light tech to reduce eye strain. 

OnePlus Pad Go displayed

(Image credit: OnePlus Pad Go)

Under the hood, the tablet is powered by the MediaTek Helio G99 SoC (system on a chip), 8GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of storage space although it can be expanded to 1TB. Its camera system consists of two 8MP lenses at the front and back both capable of shooting 1080p video at 30FPS. The rear option has electronic image stabilization to ensure crystal-clear recordings. 

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