Are Xiaomi, OPPO, Lenovo and Huawei thinking of tablets with LTPO displays to challenge iPad Pro?

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The new frontier of top-of-the-range devices from Chinese brands, such as Xiaomi, OPPO, Lenovo and others, have in common the adoption of displays with LTPO technology and soon it could also affect tablets. In fact, according to an interesting leak, it seems that companies want to create their iPad Pro rival, using this technology.

Xiaomi, OPPO, Lenovo and Huawei: this is how the LTPO display of future top-of-the-range tablets could be

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To reveal this indiscretion was, as often happens, the leaker Digital Chat Station, who explained that he has come into possession of information regarding what will be the domestic production (that is, for the Chinese market) of displays designed for tablets. And looking at the specifications of these panels, the impression is that they are real top of the range.

In fact, besides having 12 / 13 " diagonally, with 2.5K resolution and above all the technology LTPO, we have depth, which having a refresh rate at 120 Hz, according to the scene it is adjusted from 1 to 120 Hz, so as to save on energy consumption. In addition, considering that i LTPO display they are all AMOLED, it is easy for us to have this type of lighting.

Who could this new panel benefit from? Clearly, to all brands interested in pushing into tablets. So we definitely think about Xiaomi with a future Pad 6 Pro, or Lenovo aiming to grow more and more in terms of quality and true Android alternatives to iPads, but also Huawei in updating its MatePad with HarmonyOS and then other brands such as OPPO, which it will enter shortly with OPPO Pad on the market.

In short, the challenge to iPad Pro, currently without an LTPO technology, can light up between this 2022 and 2023 and the Chinese brands no longer want to stand by and watch.

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