Huawei has officially launched its MediaPad M3 tablet in China. The MediaPad M3 was first announced at the IFA 2016 in Berlin but is yet to go on sale globally but now Huawei has unveiled its latest tablet in its home country for the first time.
One of the main highlight of the Huawei MediaPad M3 is the audio system which uses an independent DAC chip and dual stereo speakers certified by renowned brand, Harman Kardon. The tablet comes with an 8.4-inch display having a very fine resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels. There is also a fingerprint sensor on the tablet located under the home screen button on the device which also wears a beautiful all-metal design.
Powering the device is a Kirin 950 chipset, complemented by a 4GB RAM, while there are three storage variants of 32GB, 64GB and a top-most model with 128GB of built-in storage. All versions feature options for expansion of the storages up to a further 128GB.
For the lovers of mobile photography, the Huawei MediaPad M3 sports an 8MP rear-facing camera unit unfortunately, without LED flash and up front there is equally an 8MP selfie shooter. In addition, the tablet comes running Android 6.0-based EMUI 4.1 and rocks a 5,100mAh battery.
As for the price, the Wi-Fi version of the Huawei Mediapad tablet with 32GB starts at 1888 Yuan($284), while that with 64GB storage is priced at 2288 Yuan ($344), and the 64GB version costs 2688 Yuan ($404). On the other hand, the LTE version with 32GB and 64GB are priced the same at 2388 Yuan ($359) while the top-end model with 64GB storage starts at 2688 Yuan ($404). Huawei is already accepting registrations for the device and the tablet will officially go on sale on September 26.