Just on the day the highly anticipated phones of the new Nova 7 series are launched, Huawei decides to formalize another product that so far had not been affected by any indiscretion.
It's about the tablet Huawei MatePad, officially presented in China by the Shenzhen-based company. The tablet looks like an attenuated version of Huawei MatePad Pro 5G which was launched last November. Huawei's new product, announced "by surprise" by the Asian giant, offered in two color options and available in two different memory options.
The new tablet also comes with the support of the M-Pencil stylus, although it is not included in the package. A flaw in the MatePad the absence of 5G connectivity, unlike its Pro variant.
Currently, the new Huawei MatePad available only in China, and no details are known about its possible international availability. The Huawei MatePad Wi-Fi variant is supplied with the model number BAH3-W09 and available in the 4 GB + 64 GB and 6 GB + 128 GB models. The former has a price of 1,899 Yuan (about 249 euros) while the 6 GB + 128 GB model costs 2,199 Yuan (about 288 euros).
The LTE + Wi-Fi variant of Huawei MatePad is supplied with the model number BAH3-AL00 and available in the 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage model. The price of 2,499 Yuan, about 327 euros per exchange.
Huawei MatePad works with Android 10 as an operating system, and features a 10.4-inch IPS display with a resolution of 2,560 × 1,600 pixels. The screen has thin bezels and a front "hole" where the selfie camera is placed. In addition, the tablet powered with a processor Huawei Kirin 810.
In terms of the camera, Huawei has thought of a 8 megapixel sensor on both sides of the phone (front and rear). The 8 megapixel rear camera also equipped with autofocus and flash.Huawei MatePad finally equipped with a 7,250 mAh battery.