This Friday is shaping to be a big day for Huawei - we expect four smartphones from the nova 5 family, and recently we learned they will be accompanied by the MediaPad M6 tablet. Today Huawei revealed the design of not one but two slates - one with expected diagonal of 8.4”, the other being 10.7”.
The difference between the devices is not only the screen size - the smaller one is Portrait-oriented with the selfie camera on the shorter side and impressively thin bezels on the long sides. The Huawei logo is not visible, but it is most likely on the bottom, meaning the physical Home button is gone.
The Huawei MediaPad M6 10.7” comes in landscape orientation, going by the front-facing snapper and the Huawei logo. It does have a physical Home key, on the right side. It is not surprising that the Shenzhen-based manufacturer decided to go for thicker sides - after all bigger tablets are used for multimedia, so the logical thing is to hold it on the sides and thicker bezels give you more room and enable better grip.
The official unveiling on June 21 should give us all the specs, but we expect Kirin 980 chipsets and hope for huge batteries with the same SuperCharge technology, seen in the company’s smartphones like the Mate 20 Pro, P30 Pro, and the upcoming nova 5 Pro.
When will we ever see another 12 inch android tablet? Ipad Pro will stay my choice for now.
yah the quality of huawei has changed alot since the p10..also if you didnt know huawei originally used the p series for junk from the mate..eg if a mate series advertised a 4000mah...not all batteries hold the same charge...so if they get like 3800m...