Huawei MatePad Pro 2 tablet has finally been announced, with the China version now available online from TENAA. It was previously reported that Huawei will hold a global launch event for its high-end tablet on April 27, but this could be further delayed.
The Huawei MatePad Pro 2 is already online, according to Twitter user @DigitalChatter.com, which says it’s the first Huawei device pre-loaded with Harmonyos. It’s powered by the Kirin 9000* processor and has a 12.2-inch / 12.6-inch screen.
We learned that the equipment certification information shows that 1) the equipment supports NR NSA/NR SA/TD-LTE/LTE, FDD/WCDMA/ CDMA2000 /CDMA 1X/GSM; 2) The device supports 5G-enhanced mobile broadband (EMBB) technology; 3) Operating system: Harmonyos; 4) Support voice function; 5) This certificate only covers the communication standards and requirements related to access to public telecommunication networks.
MatePad Pro 2, Huawei’s flagship tablet, is tentatively scheduled for release in May. It is relatively large in size, and has made a new attempt and technology stack in the system application software and other departments. Compared with the first-generation tablet, the software capability of the second-generation tablet is more excellent. It was previously reported that the tablet will be powered by the Kirin 9000 chip and will come in two versions, 12.2-inch China Star and 12.6-inch Samsung, both of which support high refresh rates.
Previously, China Business News reported that Harmony OS Developer Beta 3 will be released from March 31, and the commercial launch will be in April at the earliest, and no later than the middle of the year.