Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus has set foot in multiple tech categories since its inception in 2014. Once known as the smartphone flagship killer company, OnePlus has launched multiple new products including smart TVs, audio products, and its new OnePlus Watch. The company could soon debut a new product in the tablet category. While there is no official word, a listing on the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) hints at the launch of a new tablet. The listing suggests that OnePlus could soon launch its new tablet in the coming months. Let’s take a look at the OnePlus Pad listing on the EUIPO website ahead of the official launch.
OnePlus Pad in the works
OnePlus could soon enter a new product category. The OnePlus Pad is listed on the EUIPO website, hinting at an imminent launch. The listing does not reveal much about the OnePlus tab except that it confirms the device’s moniker. Other details like the tablet’s display size, design, performance unit details are currently under wraps.
It is no surprise that OnePlus is working on a new tablet. The company’s sister brands under BBK Electronics like Realme, Vivo, etc. are also working on their version of a tablet. Realme has already confirmed that it is working on the launch of its new tab. Vivo, on the other hand, filed a trademark for the Vivo Pad on the EUIPO website.
We can expect more details of the OnePlus Pad to surface on the web in the coming days. The company is yet to make an official announcement on the same. We will share more details as and when the information is available. Meanwhile, you can click on the EUIPO document below to know more about the OnePlus tablet.
In related news, OnePlus 9T specs have been tipped. The upcoming OnePlus smartphone is rumoured to feature a 108MP quad-camera setup. As expected, the camera system will be tuned in collaboration with Hasselblad. OnePlus is also said to launch the device with ColorOS 11 Global out of the box. You can click here to know more about the leaked information.
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