Huawei will soon bring its reasonably-priced (and specced) MediaPad T3 line of tablets to the market and we now have a better idea what screen sizes and prices to expect.
Well-known leakster Roland Quandt has shared a possible roadmap showing four MediaPad T3 models and the MediaPad M3 Lite 10.
The smallest tablet is the MediaPad T3 7 - it has a 7" 800x1280px display and will cost €129 for an 8GB Wi-Fi only variant - this makes it one of the most affordable compact slates to date.
Next up is the MediaPad T3 8 - it has the same screen resolution, only stretched to 8-inches. It will cost €219 for the Wi-Fi only model with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. An LTE model will be available for €20 more - €239.
The largest MediaPad T3 has a 10" screen, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. It will go for €229 for the Wi-Fi only model and €279 for an LTE one.
Finally the MediaPad M3 Lite 10 will come with 3GB of RAM + 32GB of storage and cost €329 for the Wi-Fi only model and €379 for the LTE one.
Naturally the prices are subject to change before this group of tablets becomes official.
Serves you right. The low specs was already an indication that Huawei doesn't care. You should had stayed away. BTW Ince again Huawei release tabs from 4 years ago ... I literally own a 4 year old tablet that crashes each and every one of them ....
With my Huawei M2 10 being stuck on lollipop when nougat was already out when it was launched, I don't I'll buying Huawei tablet in the future....
Isn't it too much for a company that doesn't update android for their tablets?