Anonymous, 14 Sep 2016Removable Battery on a tablet? Excuse me?Don't mind him. He's probably never used a tab before
Non-removable battery is a deal killer. I was waiting for 8" 16:9 phablet and this is very disappointing. I can go through two batteries a day, means I will have to carry powerpack just for M3. and built-in battery will deteriorate within a year making phone unusable. They should stop this glued-in madness until battery technology improves to acceptable level.
AnonD-581427, 07 Sep 2016It seems to be using a weird CPU. Will there be CyanogenMod for it? Because, I will never buy ... moreHuawei makes their CPU chips in-house like Samsung. The Kirin 950 is equivalent to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810. All Android powered devices can be rooted to install your custom ROM's
yes the harman kardon sound sounds very interesting because it has powerful clear sound. add that to your up coming mate 9 including ""usb on-the-go.
It seems to be using a weird CPU. Will there be CyanogenMod for it? Because, I will never buy another Android device that is not supported by custom ROM's, unless it is very very cheap. I am not foolhardy enough to believe that OEM's would provide security patches and OS updates for a product one year or more old.
if compare with mediapad m2 10 ..just feel like mediapad m2 8.4 pro version..just a processor not same
Impressive I had the mediapad x2 and I loved it mostly. But too bad this m3 is only 8.4" as it's too small for me, I've moved on to bigger phones like the ipad pro 9.7 and soon the ipad pro 12.9
for me camera 13 mp flash,8mp front,ought to make high sound video record,that is ok.
I saw dialer in somes screenshoot so we can phone with it Mike mediapad m2 or x2 ?
My question is my question! even that's popular question such as but why or why not!!
About MPM3: hey sami get some learn from huawei especially in tablets group!
Talk about a great tablet! Anyone has a price in CAD and an estimated ETA?