Huawei MediaPad 10 leaked, to be announced at MWC?
It’s rumored that Huawei will announce their next tablet, the MediaPad 10, at MWC next week. Now a Russian blog has leaked some details and photos of the Huawei MediaPad 10.
Hi-Tech Mail claims that the tablet comes with an 8MP camera, a front-facing shooter, a screen aspect ratio of 16:9, 3.5 mm headset jack, microSD card slot, and a SIM card slot, which points to availability on a carrier, most likely with 4G speeds. There’s no mention of a screen size, but the name itself suggests something in the 10.1-inch range. We still don’t know many other specs, like the processor, RAM, type of screen, or Android version. Based on the photo above, it has a slim profile, and it has the look of a Galaxy Tab 10.1 mixed with an HTC Flyer, which we have to admit, isn’t too shabby.
At any rate, the device is rumored to be on Huawei’s list of MWC announcements, so hopefully we’ll know more by this time next week. You can check out more of the Huawei MediaPad 10 below. Anyone excited for this device? What carrier do you think it might land on? Sound off in the comments!
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