New Huawei Tablet On 3C Could Be The Latest Model For MediaPad

Nowadays, most people don’t love to use tablets. But Huawei continuously is working to make some impressive tablets for their users. Be more specific, recently, Huawei launched MatePad Pro 5G, which claims that it can be used for primary productivity purposes. Sources claim that there might be some significant changes in the software of the Huawei tablet. But before going for the rumors, let’s talk about this tablet by Huawei. 

Sources :- Huawei launched MatePad Pro 5G

It is the latest tablet introduced in the market by Huawei, released on 24th February 2020, and it has a 10.80-inch touchscreen display. The tablets have a screen resolution of 2560×1600 pixels too, with the 220 pixels per inch pixel density. It has the octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 990 processor, which is an advanced and better processor and also has 8-GigaByte RAM. It has a large battery of 7250mAh, which is quite impressive. 

If you talk about the camera, then it is packed with some good rear cameras. The tablet has a 13-MP rear camera and also supports an 8-MP camera on the front side. 

The Huawei MatePad Pro 5G runs on the Android 10. But there is in-built storage of 256-GigaByte that can be extended any time through the microSD card. You can extend the storage up to 256-GigaByte, which is sufficient to work on this tablet. The measurement of the Huawei MatePad Pro 5G tablet is around 159.00 x 246.00 x 7.20mm (Height x Width x Thickness). The weight of the tablet is about 492 grams, which is quite good. When the product was launched, it was available with the Orange and Forest Green colors. 

On the connectivity pattern, the Huawei MatePad Pro 5G includes some other amazing connectivity features like; USB Type-C, GPS, and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac. There is a sensor on this tablet that includes the accelerometer, gyroscope, light sensor and compass, or you can say that magnetometer. The device is around 7.2mm thick and offers some fantastic features. But due to some reasons, now Huawei’s new and latest tablets don’t run on Android 10 and don’t have the Google Play Services. 

As per the reports of ITHome, the latest Huawei tablet, model number SCMR-W09 has China Compulsory Certificate, or you can say that they have a 3C certificate. It was discovered that Huawei MediaPad M5 10 bears the model number CMR-W09, which is an older version. So, it is assumed that the new model will be launched in the coming days and will be the MediaPad successor. In simple words, it is going to become the one of the mid-range tablets by Huawei. 

Even the list coming from the 3C shows that the tablet will use a 22.5-watt charger, which is fine. If you compare it with the Huawei P40 Pro’s charger, you might see that the P40 uses a 40W fast charger. The new Huawei tablet is rumored that it will enter the market soon

There is some information about the specs of the tabIt might have an 8-inches HD screen, and cameras have the resolution of 5 and 2 MP with 3GigaByte RAM and 32GigaByte Memory. There is no official announcement regarding the specs, so there might be some differences in the above specs and the original specs that Huawei will announce. But, one thing is confirmed that it would be a low-budget tablet in the market. 

There is no official announcement yet from the company, but all the tech experts and the tech websites claim that 3C would become the new mid-range tablets from Huawei. You have to wait a little bit more to see what will happen next. 

Abigail Smith is an inventive person who has been doing intensive research in particular topics and writing blogs and articles on 2020-Directory and many other related topics. He is a very knowledgeable person with lots of experience

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