Huawei launched the MatePad Pro

On November 25, Huawei announced the MatePad Pro tablet with a perforated screen, using the Kirin 990

MatePad Pro is not only similar to iPad Pro in appearance, but also comes with Huawei M-Pencil stylus similar to Apple Pencil.

MatePad Pro is equipped with a 10.8-inch screen, 2,560 x 1,600 pixel resolution. According to Huawei, the screen accounts for 90% of the front. The device runs on the Kirin 990 chip, the latest generation of HiSilicon microprocessors and is available on the Mate 30 Pro. Powering the device is a 7,250 mAh battery, supporting 40W fast charging.

Machine integrated 13 megapixel rear camera, aperture f / 1.8 and selfie camera “punched” 8 megapixel, aperture f / 2.0. In addition, the MatePad Pro is equipped with four external speakers and a two-way wireless charging sensor, allowing users to power other devices according to Qi charging standards.

The Chinese manufacturer also offers many configuration options, including the version with 128 GB of internal memory, 6 GB RAM and 256 GB version, 8 GB RAM. The starting price of the standard MatePad Pro with Wi-Fi is 3,299 yuan (equivalent to 10.8 million dong), while the most advanced version that supports 4G LTE connectivity is priced at 4,499 yuan.

Huawei’s new tablet comes preloaded with a custom EMUI 10 operating system, based on Android 10. However, users will have to accept Google’s lack of essential services and suite of apps, as a result of the command. embargo from the US government.

Huawei began allowing Chinese users to pre-order the MatePad Pro on November 25, before officially shipping on December 12. The company plans to release the MatePad Pro 5G version in the first quarter of 2020.

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