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OnePlus Pad, their first ever tablet, was recently announced in the Cloud 11 event, alongside the OnePlus 11, OnePlus 11R (in India only), and the Buds Pro 2 (earphones) as well. It comes with OxygenOS 13 out-of-the-box (A.09). A.12 appears to be the first OTA with the following changelog:
- Improves system stability
- Improves touch control experience
- Improves the user experience of handwriting with a stylus
- Adds a feature that allows you to scan QR codes with Camera
Both full & incremental OTA ZIPs for A.12 are available in the app, except for global/NA, because we're not yet sure of that regional variant's model number. If you have this device in the US, please email us at [email protected] with a screenshot of the "Device" tab in our app. Anyway, if you wish to install this update, just select the appropriate device in the app's settings (the app would auto-select it for you on first-launch), and whichever update method you prefer. Follow the installation guides and you'll be on A.12 (22.214.171.1249) in no time.
If you haven't purchased the device yet, you can use our affiliate link to help support us indirectly. There may be special promotions applicable at the time of writing this article, depending on your region. Quick summary of OnePlus Pad's specs:
- Compute: MediaTek Dimensity 9000, ARM G710 MC10
- RAM: 8GB/12GB LPDDR5
- Storage: 128GB/256GB UFS 3.1
- Cameras: 8MP (front), 13MP (rear)
- Display: 144Hz 11.61" 2800x2000, 120/144Hz touch sampling rate
- Battery: 9510 mAh
- Charging: 67W SuperVOOC
If you want to compare them against OnePlus 11's specs, you'll notice that the Pad is weaker on most fronts.