The first Oppo tablet was allegedly benchmarked two days ago, where it clocked in the kind of performance we may expect from a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chipset.
So even if I can’t verify the user behind the benchmark, the people of MySmartPrice believes it’s legitimate, and since the benchmarks wouldn’t deviate from the specs it has previously been rumored with anyway, there’s no harm in republishing the benchmarks.
So in Geekbench 4, an Oppo OPD2101 device achieved a benchmark score of 4,582 in single-core, and 12,259 in multi-core scores, where it was listed with 6GB RAM, and Android 11.
According to previous leaks, the Oppo Pad is an 11-inch tablet with a 2560 x 1600 resolution display at 120 Hz, along with 8MP and 13MP cameras, and a battery rated at 8,800 mAh.
– Jim Miller