Huawei, the tech giant from China, will be unveiling some of the products from their arsenal at CES 2016. A new tablet from Huawei, that goes by the name of Huawei MediaPad M2 has leaked out just before purported unveiling via an e-commerce website Gigantti. This seems to be the same model that we saw in the renders earlier today.
As for the specifications of Huawei MediaPad M2, it will be flaunting a 10.1-inches Full HD 1920 x 1200 pixels display and will be running on Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box.
MediaPad M2 is packing a Huawei made HiSilicon Kirin 930 octa-core chipset under the hood clocking 2.0 GHz coupled with 2GB of RAM. These specs are not very impressive, especially seeing that the leak suggests that the tablet will feature the old Kirin 930 chip.
The tablet will be featuring an 8MP rear camera and a 2MP front-facing camera, as far as optics are concerned. MediaPad M2 will come with 4G LTE enabled along with other usual connectivity options like 3G, and Wi-Fi. You can see a physical home button up front, probably with a fingerprint sensor.
There will be coming in two different storage variants – 16GB variant carrying a price tag of $375 (2445 Yuan approx) and a 64GB variant carrying a price tag of $482 (3144 Yuan). The only difference between the two variants is internal storage with the rest of the features remaining same.
A massive 6660 mAh battery will be fueling this device which will provide a decent battery back up. We can expect Huawei to officially announce the MediaPad M2 at Las Vegas later today. So, stay tuned for official details.