Huawei MatePad Pro: Officially presented the world’s most powerful Android tablet

Huawei MatePad Pro: Officially presented the world’s most powerful Android tablet

Hardware
November 25, 2019 by PCDailyNews.com
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Chinese giant Huawei officially introduced the most powerful Android tablet MatePad Pro. The novelty is based on the Kirin 990 processor with eight cores (four Cortex-A76 and four Cortex-A55 cores each). It also has a Mali-G76 graphics module and a neuroprocessor module for AI. The amount of RAM is 6/8 GB. There is also up to 512 GB of permanent memory, plus a nanoSD card.
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The novelty is equipped with a screen-based on an IPS matrix with a diagonal of 10.8 inches and a resolution of 2560 × 1600 dots. The screen boasts a thin frame, as well as a front camera for 8 MP, which is placed directly on the screen. The main camera is equipped with a 13 MP sensor.

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The set includes an M-Pencil stylus with the recognition of 4096 pressure levels. The battery of the stylus is charged wirelessly from the battery of the tablet.
From communications we will note Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 5. There is a chip GPS. The battery capacity is 7250 mAh with fast charging support. The operating system is Android 10 with EMUI 10 shell.
The price starts with $470 per model with Wi-Fi. The version with 4G/LTE modem starts with 540 dollars. Next year, the MatePad Pro 5G model is expected to be released with support for fifth-generation mobile networks. The price, however, is not reported.

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