Huawei recently revealed its upcoming tablet, called MatePad Pro worldwide. It is presented as a tablet with a sleek keyboard and a stylus, resembling the iPad Pro. The Huawei MatePad Pro is rumored to be the company’s most significant release in the premium tablet series after previously reaching high-success.
But, as it might seem, the tablet is not a new device. Back in 2019, it was unveiled in China without any details about its global availability. Both the global and the Chinese iterations of the device appear to be a little bit identical except that a new feature has been introduced. A 5G connectivity will support the MatePad Pro, and it will be the first-ever.
Huawei MatePad Pro Features
Huawei MatePad Pro sports a 10.8-inch AMOLED display, again, resembling the iPad Pro variant. But it has a magnesium alloy frame with curved edges, as well. It is introduced with both Wi-Fi and cellular antennae developed to the frame without any visible notches or bumps. The device has an 8MP sensor at the front and a 13MP one at its back. The display’s brightness has a 2560×1600 pixel resolution.
As for its accessories, Huawei brings a detachable keyboard platform cover and a sleek M-Pencil stylus. Android 10 topped with the EMUI 10 will also support the MatePad Pro. The hardware, on the other hand, involves some serious updates. A Kirin 990 5G SoC will power the tablet with a 5G modem, alongside 6GB or 8GB RAM, and 256GB of internal storage. MatePad Pro will also hold the power of a 7250mAh battery and up to 27W wireless charging feature.
Huawei MatePad Pro Costs
Huawei MatePad Pro Wi-Fi variant with the M-Pencil stylus will cost €749, while the one without the accessory will be priced at €549. The LTE version without the M-Pencil will cost €599, while the addition of the attachment will cost you €799. For now, we’re not sure when the 5G variant will be released.
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