A few days before, it was reported that Vivo was working on another tablet device named Vivo Pad Air. The tablet device was listed on the Google Play Supported Devices site and also revealed that the device carries the model number “PA2353.”
This morning, the same model (PA2353) of Vivo Pad Air was listed on 3C Certification, revealing the device’s charging specifications. As mentioned, the Vivo Pad Air will use the Vivo’s 44W Flash Charge (carrying the following model number: V4440L0A0-CN).
The charger supports charging at following modes: 10W (5V/2A), 44W (11V/4A), 15W (5V/3A) and 18W (9V/2A). Except for this, the 3C Certification hasn’t revealed anything more.
At the moment, there is no specs information regarding the upcoming Vivo Pad Air. However, from its naming, it is concluded that it would be a slim tablet device and might have lower specifications than Vivo Pad 2.
Regarding specs, the Vivo Pad 2 has 12.1 inches IPS display, supports 3K resolution, and a 144Hz refresh rate. In terms of chipset, it is powered by the Dimensity 9000 chipset, the old flagship from Mediatek. Moreover, it also features a 10,000mAh large-sized battery in addition to 44W charging.
When it’s come to the camera, the tablet features a simple 13MP+2MP dual camera setup for basic image capturing. On the front side, there is a single 8MP selfie lens. The high-end variant of Vivo Pad Air comes with 12 Gigs of RAM and 512GB of storage.