Huawei’s MediaPad T2 10.0 Pro gets announced

Huawei’s MediaPad T2 10.0 Pro gets announced

After numerous leaks and tons of speculation on the Internet Huawei has eliminated all sources of rumors by announcing the highly expected MediaPad T2 10.0 Pro tablet. The device, however, is a slightly downgraded version of the MediaPad T2 10.0, which makes us wonder why Huawei uses the “Pro” word in the name of the device.

The new MediaPad T2 10.0 Pro comes with a 10.1-inch display that works at 1920 x 1200 pixels. Inside the device is powered by a Snapdragon 616 processor (the MediaPad T2 10.0 has a Kirin 930 chip) and it also has 2/3 GB of RAM, 16/32 GB of internal memory, support for 4G LTE, a 6600 mAh battery and Android 5.1 Lollipop with Huawei’s Emotion UI on top. The problem with the MediaPad T2 10.0 Pro is in the cameras, though – the device features an 8 MP rear sensor (down from the 13 MP unit in the MediaPad T2 10.0) and a 2 MP front camera (again, down from the 5 MP one in the MediaPad T2 10.0).

There’s no information on the price of the new tablet or the availability date but we doubt it will take too long to see the MediaPad T2 10.0 Pro in a store near you.

Source: Huawei

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