Although the MWC 2020 show was canceled, Wawei (Huawei) held a limited event in Barcelona where it announced its new folding Mate Xs . Apart from that, she also introduced MediaPad Pro 5G, as a successor to MatePad Pro which released last November but with a number of innovations.
Like its predecessor, the MediaPad Pro 5G comes with a 10.8-inch screen at 2560 × 1600 pixels, with a aspect ratio of 16:10. It also has the thinnest frame on the market with a 90% body-to-body ratio, so it bypasses the iPad Pro and Galaxy Tab S6.
The MediaPad Pro 5G specification includes the system on the Kirin 990 5G chip, which incorporates a built-in 5th generation modem that guarantees up to 10 times more download speed compared to 4th generation networks, including 6 or 8 GB working memory and 256 or 512 gigabyte internal storage. -Bite. It runs the Android 10 version with the company’s EMUI 10 interface, without Google’s (Google) apps.
In addition, Wavy is the first to integrate wireless charging technology into tablets. That way, the MatePad Pro 5G is capable of slowing down with a 27-watt wireless charger, which is not bad at all compared to what is nowadays. However, it does not sound quite practical to place the tablet on the charging surface.
Wavy also boasts a dedicated interface developed for the big screen of the tablet, which ensures simultaneous work. This allows the Multiplier app to run applications side by side. In addition, it offers a cover that is a keyboard as well as the M-Pencil pen capable of detecting up to 4000 different levels of pressure.
As a premium tablet its price is not cheap: it starts from € 550 for the WiFi model or € 600 for the 4G model. For those interested in the 5G model, its price will start at € 800, but it already comes with an 8 GB working memory. The addition to the Smart Keyboard is € 130 and the M-Pencil pen is another € 100.