Let's take a look at everything we know so far, plus which regions it could release in.
Vivo Pad Release Date
The Vivo Pad will be available in China only to start, and is said to be available on April 15th.
There's no word yet on a release date for other countries, but we'll keep you posted.
Vivo Pad Specs
Ahead of the announcement there were a number of leaks around the specs, however, no we've finally got a clear picture of what to expect.
- Snapdragon 870 processor
- 8 GB LPDDR4X RAM and 128 GB / 256 GB UFS 3.1 storage
- 11", 120hz display (IPS, HDR 10+, Dolby Vision)
- 13MP Main Camera
- 8MP Ultrawide
- 8MP Selfie
- WiFi 6 / Bluetooth 5.2
- 8040 mAh battery
- 44W Fast Charge
Vivo Pad Design
Alongside the powerful spec sheet, we actually got wind of how the Vivo Pad would look ahead of the event, as per some official images from the brand's Weibo account, and some earlier leaked promotional images too, courtesy of Notebook Check:
The Vivo Pad looks to be quite a slim and sleek looking tablet and, as per these promotional images, looks to be available in the brand's light blue colour which looks great.
Bezels look to be pretty thin, which helps its modern looks, and helps Vivo's first tablet stand up well against the slew of other Android tablets out there, as well as Apple's long-running iPad series, of course.
In addition, other official images have pointed out that there should be support for a keyboard attachment with the Vivo Pad that comes complete with a trackpad, and could mean you can use the tablet as a laptop replacement.
Vivo Pad Price
The Vivo Pad's pricing is only available in CNY, but we've give you rough conversion for US/ UK.
- 128GB - CNY 2499 (roughly $390/ £300)
- 256GB - CNY 2999 (roughly $470/ £360)
Considering even a 2021 iPad with 256GB comes in at around $479, we think the pricing is actually quite reasonable all things considering.
We'll be back with you as soon as we know more on a global release date, so stay tuned.