Chinese phone maker Vivo has introduced its first tablet. The Vivo Pad is a mid-range device powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor and featuring an 11 inch, 2560 x 1600 pixel display with a 120 Hz refresh rate.

First announced in China in April, the tablet is now available globally. You can pick up a model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage from Banggood for $460. If you happen to be in China, you can probably pick one up a little cheaper – it sells for 2,599 CNY ($390) in that country.

Note that the price covers a tablet, but not optional accessories like a keyboard and pressure-sensitive pen.

The Vivo Pad features LPDDR4x memory, UFS 3.1 storage, and features a microSD card slot for up to 256GB of removable storage.

The tablet also has quad speakers with Dolby Sound, a USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C port, an 8,040 mAh battery, support for 44W fast charging, and support for WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, and NFC.

Other features include dual rear cameras (13MP primary + 8MP ultra-wide) and an 8MP front-facing camera, a 3.5mm audio jack, and Android 11 software with Vivo’s OriginOS user interface. The tablet weighs 498 grams, or about 1.1 pounds and measures 6.55mm (0.26 inches) thick.

via Vivo (Weibo) and GizmoChina

This article was first published April 11, 2022 and most recently updated May 6, 2022. 

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    1. You won’t know if a given device with a given OS on a given update can be rooted until someone on the XDA forums tries.

      1. why?
        tell me why producent close hardware?
        why dont need sell many devices for linux, firefoxos, bsd, solaris, qnx etc. users?

        (and minix too)