Huawei’s MatePad 11 tablet, which was previously announced at the HarmonyOS conference, will be released in early July, which means it is likely to be officially unveiled by the end of next week, according to a new blogger.
As previously announced, MatePad 11 will be powered by the Snapdragon 865 processor and will come preloaded with Harmonyos, the first combination of Qualcomm chips and Harmonyos.
It should be noted that in the latest leaked information, the Snapdragon 865 equipped with MatePad 11 does not support 5G network, even does not support 4G network, only can use WiFi connection, supporting the latest Wifi 6 technology, which is Huawei’s current situation under the helpless move.
However, although the network configuration is a bit of a pity, but the source said that the price of the device will be very competitive, the starting price is likely to be around 3,000 yuan, it will offer 64GB, 128GB, 256GB storage options.
Based on the information currently available, Huawei MatePad 11 will inherit the similar scheme of MatePad 12.6 on the whole. The front side adopts an all-around screen design without holes, and the screen size is 11 inches. The screen panel not only has a 2K refresh rate, but also supports a super refresh rate of 120Hz, which can bring a smoother control experience. On the back, a vertical dual-shot combination is used.
In terms of core, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor mounted on MatePad 11 is also the standard version of the current popular Snapdragon 870. Although it does not support cellular network, its performance is completely in the first echelon of tablet computers.
As for the software, MatePad 11 will also be running Harmonyos 2.0, with new features such as Mundi Desktop, Multi-Screen Synergism, Hyperterminal, and Global Handwriting. The experience will be almost the same as in 12.6.