OnePlus Pad Review: Should You Buy  in 10 Points

Shubham Dutt

OnePlus has nailed the design of its first Android tablet. The green metal finish and the camera module look gorgeous.


The 11.61-inch 2800 x 2000 pixels display with 144Hz refresh rate makes the content looks good overall althought its not an OLED display


A MediaTek Dimensity 9000 SoC powers the device which makes it blazing fast but heats up on longer use.


It boots a tweaked OxygenOS 13.1 based on Android 13 and offers a slew of features including Smart Sidebar.


Tablets are generally not meant to focus on the camera and pictures from the 13MP rear camera were usable.


The OnePlus Pad lasted two days for us with its 9,510mAh battery. It takes an hour and 10 minutes for a full charge.


Not a lot of companies get things right on the first attempt but OnePlus has truly made one of the best Android tablets.


Premium build, Great performance, Fast charging, High refresh rate

What is Good?

Accessories are slightly costly, Tends to get warm under pressure

What is Bad?

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE, Lenovo Tab P11 Pro (2nd Gen), Xiaomi Pad 5