The flagship device from Huawei and again without Google services.
In recent weeks, rumors of a new tablet from Huawei have been actively circulating on the network. Most of the information has been confirmed and now we know all the details about the MatePad Pro – the first tablet with a hole in the display.
The novelty was equipped with a 10.8 ″ IPS screen with a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels. Stated coverage color space DCI-P3. The width of the frames around the display is only 4.9 mm, thanks to this the screen occupies 90% of the front panel area of the device.
The flagship chipset Kirin 990 is used as the MatePad Pro hardware platform. RAM can be installed 6 or 8 GB, built-in – 128 or 256 GB. There is a slot for nanoSD memory cards.
The main camera has a resolution of 13 MP (f / 1.8), next to it is a flash. The front 8 MP camera supports Face Unlock. The capacity of the built-in battery is 7250 mAh. Supports fast 40 W wired charging and 15 W wireless.
In addition, MatePad Pro supports working with a proprietary stylus M-Pencil. The pen can be mounted on magnets to the side of the tablet and charged from it. The device is also equipped with Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.1, GPS (in the LTE version), USB-C port. The tablet is running Android 10 and the proprietary shell EMUI 10. There is a PC mode for connecting the keyboard to the MatePad Pro, and it is also possible to display the contents of the smartphone on the tablet’s display (for file sharing, answering calls, etc.).
Huawei MatePad Pro will be available starting December 12. The cost of Wi-Fi versions is $ 469 (6/128 GB) and $ 484 (8/256 GB). LTE options will cost a little more expensive: $ 540 (6/128 GB) and $ 569 (8/256 GB).
A source: GSM Arena