I have the one without SIM, with 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal memory. It has a SD card slot. After three weeks of using I am very satisfied. It is exactly, even more, than I expected for the money it was bought (cca 148ÂÂ). The only problem is Huawei's policy that does not allows moving apps from internal memory on the SD card. You can proclaim the SD card as a main memory, but the apps are still installed in the internal memory. You can still store data (pictures default location from the cameras included) on the SD card, but for the apps - you can't move them.
Anonymous, 26 Aug 2017how much gb of micro SD card were you able to insert into your huawei mediapad? mine also has... morehttps://www.cellphones.ca/tablets/huawei-mediapad-t3-8/
According to that link microSD size is up to 64GB.
GT81, 07 Sep 2017Battery life is awsome!!! Decent performance, HD IPS display, LTE. Excellent. Only problem is... moreNah 4800 mAh in 8 inch screen is good for like 2 hours of gaming and battery is dead.
Cpt. Power, 19 Apr 2017For its size battery is only downward. It will die soon. Battery life is awsome!!! Decent performance, HD IPS display, LTE. Excellent.
Only problem is the free storage capacity which is very little.
Cipp, 23 Jun 2017i have the non lte model and it has memory card slot.how much gb of micro SD card were you able to insert into your huawei mediapad? mine also has sd card memory slot. i checked on the website of huawei and it mentioned that the memory is NON expandable. now i do not know how much capacity can the SD card memory slot accomodate. thanks
I noticed with these "media pads" is the level of mega pixels drops when it should in the very least be maintained at 12 or 16. And I agree that the battery should have a longer life considering it will be using more light within their screen than that of a regular phone.