The first tablet from Vivo

On April 11, Vivo took its first step into the tablet market with another new device, the Vivo Pad.

The company's first-generation Android tablet has an 11-inch, iPS, 120Hz refresh rate that works with a pen called the Vivo Pen. The front screen is 8MP, the dual cameras are 13MP and the other is 8MP in a circle inside a square frame. The tablet measures 164.71 x 253.15 x 6.55 millimeters and weighs 489 grams.

Under the hood, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 870 5G chipset runs on Android 12-based Origin operating system with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of RAM. Its 8040 mAh battery, which can be used as a power bank, can be fully charged in 95 minutes via a USB-C port at 44W.

Available in blue and black in China, the tablet does not have a slot for additional memory and a headset. Prices vary depending on two different memory configurations: $ 390 for 8 / 128GB and $ 470 for 8 / 256GB. The company also plans to sell a tablet keyboard for $ 94 and a stylus pen for $ 55.