The flagship device from Huawei and again without Google services.
Last week in the network there were rumors about a new tablet from Huawei. Most of the information was confirmed and now we know all the details about MatePad Pro is the first tablet with a hole in the display.
Novelty equipped a 10.8″ IPS screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels. The stated coverage of the color space DCI-P3. The width of frames around the display is just 4.9 mm due to this, the screen takes 90% of the area of the front panel of the device.
As a hardware platform MatePad Pro uses the flagship chipset Kirin 990. RAM can be set to 6 or 8 GB built-in – 128 or 256 GB. There is a slot for memory cards nanoSD.
The main camera has a resolution of 13 MP (f/1.8), beside it there is a flash. The front 8 MP camera supports Face Unlock feature. Capacity built-in battery is 7250 mAh. Supported fast 40 watts wired charging and wireless 15 watts.
In addition, MatePad Pro supports a proprietary stylus M-Pencil. The pen can be mounted on magnets to the side end face of the tablet and recharge from it. The device is also equipped with modules Wi-Fi 5, 5.1 Bluetooth, GPS (LTE version), USB port-C. the tablet running Android 10 and proprietary shell EMUI 10. Provided PC mode if you connect a keyboard to MatePad Pro, and also have the ability to display content from smartphone to a tablet display (to share files, answer calls, etc.).
Huawei MatePad Pro will be available starting from December 12. The cost of the Wi-Fi version is $469 (6/128 GB) and $484 (8/256 GB). LTE versions will cost a bit more expensive: $540 (6/128 GB) and $569 (8/256 GB).
Source: GSM Arena