Although the Android tablet market may seem to be on the decline, with an uneven offering and the various manufacturers who are betting on folding devices, it seems that Huawei could launch an updated version of its MediaPad during 2019.
The speculation comes directly from the kernel code of the Kirin 970, published in the month of January by Huawei itself. In the code, the abbreviation “CMR2”, which would indicate a new tablet of the manufacturer. Huawei MediaPad M5 Pro, released last year, is in fact internally known by the code name “CMR”.
Sifting through the code it was discovered that this new alleged MediaPad is equipped with a 10.7-inch TFT LCD display with a resolution of 1600 × 2560 and a 13-megapixel rear camera with an IMX258 or OV13855 sensor.
Instead, continuing the tradition of the predecessor, which fitted the 2016 Kirin 960 top-of-the-range processor, this new Huawei MediaPad should be powered by the 2017 Kirin 970, a high-end processor.
At the moment there is no further information on this, nor if this Huawei tablet will actually see the light (perhaps during the IFA of September?), Nor if Huawei has decided to abandon the project.
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