In its latest announcement, Vivo unveiled a bendable smartphone ahead of high-end smartphones, but also arrived a tablet that offers very attractive features, not to mention friendly prices. The Vivo Pad 2 has, among other things, a 12.1-inch display and a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chipset, but its battery is quite large.
The new tablet is equipped with a 12.1-inch IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 2880 x 1800 pixels and a refresh rate of 144 Hz. The panel has an aspect ratio of 7:5, which can really come in handy when consuming vertically arranged content or when working with a split screen.
Vivo Pad 2 features a one-piece metal body and four tuned gold-tone speakers. The MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chipset is hidden under the metal casing, which can be accompanied by up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, depending on the package chosen.
Taking pictures with a tablet is stupid, but if that’s all we have, when the baby takes his first steps we can capture the important moment with the 13MP rear camera, which also has a 2MP macro unit. The 8MP front camera will be available for video calls and selfies.
Vivo Pad 2 also features a battery, as the device is powered by a 10,000mAh battery. In order not to take long to replace the lost power, the battery has been made compatible with 44W fast charging. The novelty runs Android 13 operating system, backed by OriginOS 3 user interface with unique features and some additional functions.
Vivo also introduced a new keyboard case and second-generation stylus along with the tablet, with the latter attaching to the side of the device thanks to magnetic magic. Vivo Pad 2 is sold in grey, blue and purple colors, starting at $364 (~HUF 125K), which we get in the 8/128GB configuration. The most expensive version costs $495 (about 170,000 HUF) in yuan, with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. International sales have not yet been discussed.
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