Following in the footsteps of Xiaomi, Realme, Motorola, and other brands OnePlus is preparing to enter the Tablet market. Reportedly the OnePlus Pad has been trademarked in India recently. This indicated that it will be released soon. The device is slated to be undergoing internal testing. Notably, the alleged tab was rumoured to have started production in March in various parts of the world and is likely to be released in the first half of 2022 as per the company. Moreover, the tablet’s trademark was filed in July of last year and the listing is devoid of any additional details. The upcoming tab is stated to get Anrdoid 12L OS out of the box.
The OnePlus Pad is rumoured to have been registered in India, indicating that it will be released soon. The OnePlus Pad trademark, which was ‘Marked for Exam,’ has been registered in India as per a tipster. He also claimed that internal testing of the OnePlus Pad had started. The OnePlus Pad is expected to be the company’s mid-range offering.
The OnePlus pad could be available in India soon. In July of last year, a trademark application for the tablet was filed. Aside from that, the listing offers no further details.
Previous reports also reported that the OnePlus Pad tablet would receive Android 12L OS, which was designed specifically for tablets and foldable smartphones.
The same source claimed in March that OnePlus’ upcoming tablet had begun production in various regions around the world.
According to previous reports, the OnePlus Pad will be released in the first half of 2022. Note that the OnePlus 10 smartphone is also expected to debut in early 2022.
The OnePlus Pad was rumoured to run Android 12L out of the box. Last December, the Android 12L Beta was released and was created with large-screen devices in mind like foldable and tablets.
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