The Huawei MatePad 10.4 that surfaced last week has been listed on a couple of Chinese e-commerce websites, which reveal the tablet will be announced on April 23 - the same day Huawei's nova 7 lineup arrives.
The MatePad 10.4 is listed on JD.com and VMall along with its images and few specs, which include a 10.4" display, 4/6GB RAM and 64/128GB storage. The tablet will be 9mm thick and weigh 810 grams.
The MatePad 10.4 will have Wi-Fi and LTE versions, with the former arriving in 4GB/64GB and 6GB/128GB models and the latter having a single 6GB/128GB configuration.
The images of the MatePad 10.4 included in the listings give us our clearest look at the tablet yet. The MatePad 10.4 will come with a stylus and you can see its power button is located on the top while the USB-C port is located at the bottom. The back of tablet also has "Sound By Harmon Kardon" written, confirming audio enhacements.
The MatePad 10.4 will come with two cameras - one each on the front and back. Both are said to have 8MP sensors.
The MatePad 10.4 is rumored to have a Kirin 810 SoC at the helm, pack a 7,250 mAh battery, and run EMUI 10.1 Lite out of the box.
We don't know the pricing of the MatePad 10.4 yet - that's something Huawei will reveal on April 23 - but those interested in this slate can pre-book one for CNY100 ($14/€13) on JD.com or VMall.
Way older mediapad m6 got reasonable 500g and jack, also overal faster processor.Why would they release That.
Is this a typo error? 810gm? Huawei might as well bundle this with a keyboard and sell it as a laptop replacement.