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Oppo Pad Neo spotted on IMDA certification website, launch seems imminent

Reportedly, the Chinese manufacturer Oppo is nearing towards the launch of a new tablet- Oppo Pad Neo. The company has not made any official announcement regarding the launch of this device till now but previously Oppo Pad Neo has been spotted on the SIRIM website with two different variants (OPD2302, OPD2303) and Thailand’s NBTC certification website. The appearance of the device on different websites hints towards the imminent launch of Oppo Pad Neo.

Recently, our team at The Tech Outlook spotted the Oppo Pad Neo on the IMDA certification website with model number OPD2302.

The listing reveals that the tablet will support WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. Other than this not much info is revealed about the tablet. Previous reports suggest that the upcoming tablet could arrive with two variants- WiFi+4G and WiFi only. While the NBTC listing of the tablet revealed that the tablet will be a 4G device. It is assumed that this upcoming tablet could be the rebranded version of the newly launched OnePlus Pad Go tablet.

It is expected that in the coming days, we might get more info regarding the specifications and launch timeline of the upcoming tablet. Stay tuned with us to get all the latest updates on Oppo Pad Neo.

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