OnePlus Pad renders are out now, the massive camera bump looks comical

Yes, the OnePlus Pad looks good with its slim frame and nice colorway, however, we can’t help but to laugh at this tablet’s goofy ahh camera bump

On February 7, at the same event where the OnePlus 11 makes its debut worldwide, the OnePlus Pad is anticipated to officially launch. Until now, the tablet has only been shown in a few ominous “speculative renders,” and in late January the company itself teased it.

We get a better look at the upcoming device today thanks to a newly leaked image that appears to be an official marketing render, courtesy of the ever-reliable Evan Blass (also known as @evleaks).

That camera ring, island, bump, hump, or protrusion However, it’s really just something else, isn’t it? Undoubtedly, OnePlus wanted this design to stand out, and it succeeded.

We anticipate this to be divisive, but hey, at least if everyone has an opinion about a product, they are aware of it! Apart from the camera, the device shown here appears to be green in color.

It basically has the same appearance as other tablets. The frame appears to be fairly flat, the screen bezels appear to be a good size, and the back may be made of glass.

Weirdly, given how close we are to its announcement, a full spec sheet for the OnePlus Pad hasn’t yet leaked, so it’s unclear what we can anticipate in this area.

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