Looks like Huawei is all set to launch a new variant of the MediaPad T3 7.0 tablet (that was launched back in May this year). Carrying a model number of BG2-U01, the tablet is powered by a quad-core 1.3GHz CPU, and sports a 7-inch display of 1024 × 600 pixel resolution.
RAM is 2GB, while storage is 16GB. The device features a 2MP rear and 2MP front camera. Measuring 187.6 x 103.7 x 8.6mm and weighing in at 275g, the tablet runs Android 7.0 Nougat and packs in a 4,000mAh battery.
It's worth mentioning that unlike the existing MediaPad T3 7.0, the BG2-U01 offers cellular connectivity - it is compatible with GSM and WCDMA networks.
Aside from TENAA, the tablet has also received WiFi certification from the WiFi alliance. That listing clearly states the product name as 'MediaPad T3 7'.
Sadly, there's currently no information on the pricing and availability of the tablet.
RAM and memory is too low as very low end devices, thats why Tablets are not moving in market as Smaet phones are nowdays having good RAM and Memory upto - 6GB/126GB. Plz look into this.
4000 MAH battery for 7 inch display. its like s8+ having battery of 3300 MAH