Huawei MediaPad M3; Other Tablets Coming to the U.S.; Details HereBy Marjorie, UniversityHerald Reporter
Chinese brand Huawei is finally bringing their tablets to the U.S. after having its phones sold in the US market and Amazon has already started to take orders for its MediaPad M3, MediaPad T1 7.0 and MediaPad T1 10.0.
The Huawei MediaPad M3 has a metal unibody with a screen measuring 8.4 inches, which makes it larger that its competitor Apple iPad Mini 4. Its IPS-LCD display has a 2,560 x 1,600 pixel resolution. The impressive design makes it look like a high-end phablet.
The tablet is powered by Kirin 950 processor with a 4GB RAM. It has a 32 GB storage and an 8-megapixel front and back cameras. The M3 has a blue light filter called Eye Protection that can be used when getting ready to sleep as it is capable of adjusting brightness for watching video and reading, Digital Trends reported.
MediaPad M3 is also incorporated with Harman Kardon Tuned Audio.
"[The tablet] harnesses acoustic technologies from Harman / Kardon and AKG to deliver a mind-blowing audiovisual performance," reported GSM Arena. The speakers smartly adapt added Huawei, as it could adjust to the table's orientation.
As for the two lower-end variations Huawei tablets; the MediaPad T1 7.0 and MediaPad T1 10.0, according to Digital Trends, both devices run software from 2013. Both devices run Android Kitkat 4.4 so it would be impossible to upgrade to a modern Android Operating System.
Both T1 tablets are powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 with each having 1 GB of RAM and an 8GB of expandable storage. Only they differ in size and resolution. The T1 7.0 is 7.0-inch 1024×600 while the 10.0 has a size of 9.6-inch and a resolution of1280×800
The MediaPad M3 is priced $299; while the T1 MediaPads will go for $99 and $159, respectively, Slash Gear reported.
Huwawei is a Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications company founded in 1987 in Shenzen, Guangdong, and is considered the largest mafucaturer of telecommunications equipment hafter it took over Ericsson's spot.