At the beginning of June, Huawei held a press conference for its new products, including the launch of the operating system Harmonyos and the MatePad 12.6, the world’s first tablet.
At the conference, He Gang, the COO of Huawei’s consumer business, said that Huawei will launch a new MatePad 11 tablet in the future.
Huawei MatePad 11 is on sale on the German company’s official website today. The Wi-Fi 6+64GB version is priced at 399 euros (about 3105 yuan) and the 6+128GB version is priced at 499 euros (about 3883 yuan).
According to the product page, the tablet will have a 120Hz Fullview display, TUV Rhein dual certification, four-channel four-speakers, and support for the second-generation Huawei M-Pencil, with a battery life of up to 12 hours.
In addition, Huawei MatePad 11 is already in mass production, according to @DigitalChatter.com. It comes with a 2K high-swipe LCD screen and has two options, 60/120Hz.
Notably, the blogger revealed that it will be powered by a Snapdragon 865 processor with no data network support, the same as the MatePad 10.8 with the Snapdragon 870.
In terms of appearance, Huawei’s MatePad 11 will inherit the same design language as the MatePad 12.6, with a full-screen design without holes on the front and a vertical lens module on the back.
It’s worth mentioning that, in addition to the second-generation Huawei M-Pencil, Huawei MatePad 11 can also be matched with a new smart magnetic suction keyboard. When not using the stylus, just attach it to the bezel of Huawei MatePad 11 and it instantly recharges.
While Huawei’s German website does not specify an operating system, it is expected to be able to run Harmonyos 2.0 as well, given the number of domestic versions available.