World premiere of Huawei MediaPad Pro: a powerful tablet with reverse charging, but without Google services
Today, Huawei held an online conference, which introduced a number of its new products. Among the debutants was the tablet Huawei MediaPad Pro, which has already been shown in the native Chinese market, and today its global premiere took place.
The company has a light, thin, powerful and attractive product. True, there is one disappointment – the lack of support for Google services. MediaPad Pro was the first among tablets to offer reverse wireless charging support. Those. In order to charge the wireless headphones, the user needs to put them on the back cover.
In terms of design, the tablet resembles a smartphone with a display with small frames around the perimeter, a round hole for the front 8 MP camera and the main camera, which was framed in one oval module with an LED flash.
The design of the back cover will directly depend on the choice of color. So, the tablet in white or gray colors received a glass matte panel, and in green and orange shades – a leather coating. The thickness of the case was only 7.2 mm and it weighs 460 grams.
The diagonal of the display was 10.8 inches and a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels. At the heart of the Huawei MediaPad Pro is a 7 nm Kirin 990 chip, there is 6/8 GB of RAM and a 128/256/512 GB flash drive.
The tablet received a main 13 megapixel camera, a USB Type-C port, a slot for memory cards up to 256 GB, a proprietary shell EMUI 10 based on Android 10, 4 speakers with settings from Harman Kardon and a battery capacity of 7250 mAh. The claimed operating time of the device is up to 12 hours in video playback mode. There is support for the M-Pencil stylus and a keyboard case is offered.
As always, there are versions that support only Wi-Fi, and there are modifications that work in LTE networks. The price tags for the tablet start from 549 euros for the younger Wi-Fi version with 6/128 GB of memory.
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