Huawei held a new product launch conference, officially launched the HarmonyOS operating system, and released the world’s first Hongmeng tablet MatePad 12.6. At the same time, Huawei’s consumer business COO He Gang also revealed that Huawei will launch a new MatePad 11 tablet computer in the follow-up, and the machine will be equipped with a Qualcomm processor.
This afternoon, the well-known blogger Digital Chat Station exposed the specific hardware parameters of this new product.
In terms of appearance, Huawei MatePad 11 will inherit the similar scheme of MatePad 12.6 as a whole, with a full-screen design without openings on the front and a vertical dual-camera combination on the back.
According to the data released by Huawei’s official a few days ago, the screen-to-body ratio of the MatePad 11 will be slightly lower. It should be that the frame is slightly wider than the 12.6 version. However, the news revealed that the screen configuration of the machine seems to be more outstanding. Its screen panel not only has A refresh rate of 2K level also supports a 120Hz ultra-high refresh rate, which can bring a smoother control experience.
In terms of core, MatePad 11 will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, which is the standard version of the current Snapdragon 870. The performance of the two is basically the same. It is completely in the first echelon of tablet performance, and will also be equipped with 6+ Two storage specifications of 64GB/128GB are available.
In addition, due to the shrinking of the overall body, the built-in battery of MatePad 11 has also been reduced. It will be equipped with a 7250mAh battery and 22.5W fast charge, but it is still sufficient to protect users’ daily use needs.
As for the software, MatePad 11 will also be equipped with the newly released HarmonyOS 2.0 system, and support the new Hongmeng desktop, multi-screen collaboration, super terminal, global handwriting, and other functions. The experience is almost the same as the 12.6 version.