Huawei is one of those brands that is still betting on tablets. And it shows with the launch of the MatePad Pro in China to address the Apple iPad. That is, for now only users in that country will be able to enjoy that new tablet.
The decision has been made by positioning of the brand in your own country and see the possibility of snatching Apple market share in the tablet segment. A device to consider for its hardware as for its price.
When we talk about MatePad Pro, we are commenting that it has a Kirin 990 chip, 6GB / 8GB of RAM, a screen that reaches 10.8 inches With resolution 2560 x 1600, up to 512GB of internal memory, a 13MP rear camera with f / 1.8 aperture and a 7,250mAh battery with fast charging.
It should be noted that this Huawei model has a screen to body ratio of 90% and with a barely minimal bezel with 4.9 mm that makes up the frame that is this tablet. Which brings us to a device that does not weigh so much if we compare it with any of its level. We talk about 460 grams and a thickness of 7.2mm in the thinnest part. And that has 4 speakers and a large capacity battery.
Huawei has been forced to place the front camera in a screen hole located in the upper left. As optional elements, the user can opt for a keyboard case and what a Stylus would be. And this is where Huawei has copied Apple to charge its M-Pencil in the same way by magnetically attaching it to the edge of the tablet.
A tablet that has wireless charging and that also allows charging other devices, as it has Android 10 with the EMUI layer of Huawei. And being a tablet launched in the Chinese market, as they do not care that Google still can not certify any of its devices.
The Huawei MatePad Pro is priced at around $ 469 in the standard version, while going to $ 853 when we go to 8GB of RAM, 512GB of internal storage and LTE.