The Vivo Pad looks and feels like previous Vivo tablets. It weighs around 489 grams and measures 6.5 millimetres thick. There is a lot to like about the pad. Vivo added a purple hue for aesthetic value, giving the tablet a more refined and refined look. A little amount of reflection may be seen when light hits the tablet's matte rear. In other words, this improves the gadget's overall coolness factor.
Alas! Nothing is altered, either. The purple Vivo Pad is powered by a Snapdragon 870 5G chipset and an Octa-core Kyro 585 processor. This device has 8 GB of RAM and can be purchased with either 128 GB or 256 GB of UFS 3.1 storage. Since more space cannot be added to the RAM, you'll have to make do with what you have. Also featured are Bluetooth 5.2, Wi-Fi 802.11, a USB Type-C port, and four stereo loudspeakers for superior sound.
Like its previous iteration, Vivo Pad's Purple colour option offers two cameras. On the rear, it has a pair of cameras. The primary shooter has a resolution of 13 megapixels with autofocus, while the secondary shooter has 8 megapixels. You can capture 4K video at 30 frames per second. If you need to take pictures in low light, an LED flashlight is available.
The 8 MP front-facing camera does not have an LED flash. You may now capture video in full 1080p resolution at 30 frames per second.
The Vivo Pad's impressive battery life is the result of its large 8040 mAh capacity. This new purple colour option has the same features as the original, and it also includes a 44W charger. This will be more than enough to give you a full day's worth of charge in less than an hour.
Price and Availability
The Vivo Pad's only real update is a new colour option. Therefore, it's likely that the current asking price of $360 will hold. There should be a release of the purple Pad sometime this month.