Huawei released a variety of products such as Mate Xs 2, Huawei WatchGT 3 Pro, and Huawei MatePad SE, of which Huawei MatePad SE is an entry-level tablet. Now, Huawei MatePad SE has landed in the Japanese market and has changed to a new name-Huawei MatePad C5e, and more international versions are expected to be launched in the future.
IT House learned that the MatePad C5e is equipped with a Kirin 710A chip, 4 × Cortex A73 2.0GHz + 4 × Cortex A53 1.7GHz CPU, and Mali G51 GPU, the performance is average, but sufficient.
This tablet uses a 10.1-inch IPS full screen with a resolution of up to 1920×1200, a symmetrical design with four borders, and an 80% screen-to-body ratio.
In addition, the machine uses two-channel speakers, supports Histen 7.0 sound, front 2 million, rear 5MP lenses, USB 2.0, thickness 7.85mm, weight 450g, provides 5100mAh battery, supports 10W fast charge,.
As a smart tablet that focuses on family needs, Huawei MatePad SE is also equipped with a children’s playground and education center to build a one-stop learning platform for children. Moreover, the machine adopts the eye protection mode and has passed the German Rheinland low blue light certification, which can reduce the Partially harmful blue light radiation. The front uses a 2MP camera. On the back is a 5MP camera.
Huawei Matepad C5e also provides an LTE version and supports Huawei Share, which is convenient for users to connect anytime, anywhere.
The machine runs the EMUI 10.1 system based on Android 10, provides 4GB of memory and 64GB of storage space, and is currently only available in one color – deep sea blue.
At present, the Japanese pricing of the machine has not been announced, and the reference domestic MatePad SE starts at 1499 yuan.