Huawei MediaPad M3 came out in October 2016, receiving positive feedback. Huawei’s latest tablet, the MediaPad M5, has been unveiled by the international media. The tablet is expected to be available this year in January at the customer’s Electronics Show.
For the reason that Huawei used the name MediaPad M5, it is because the number 4 in China isn’t a favorable number. Previously, OnePlus and Nokia conjointly avoided using the number 4 in the mobile version of all versions. Now, it seems Huawei will be the next company to do this by calling its next tablet the Mediapad M5. In terms of specs, as the new certification reveals, the tablet can support Bluetooth 4.2 and can sport an 8.4-inch display, while the resolution is also expected to remain the same at 2560 x 1600p.
Design-wise, it will doubtless retain the premium aluminum build that the Mediapad M3 sported. In terms of internal specifications, HiSilicon’s octa-core Kirin 960 is listed – the same processor included in the Huawei P10 line – and is likely coupled with 4GB of RAM. Not solely this but on the software side of things, the tablet is expected to ship with Android 8.0 oreo straight out of the box, though the company’s own EMUI 8.0 overlay also will be included. Other unconfirmed features embody a fingerprint scanner, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a USB Type-C port, with the stereo speakers seen on the Mediapad M3 conjointly doubtless to make a return.
Huawei is nevertheless to officially ensure the existence of the Mediapad M5, however with the Bluetooth certification already granted, the device is probably going to make its official debut someday with CES 2018 the announcement is expected to take place alongside the official US debut of the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro which, and its initial price is expected to be about $ 350.
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