MediaPad M5 8, 10 and 10 Pro Variants Leaked Along with Pricing

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 0

Huawei is expected to new Matebook and MediaPad M5 tablets at the press event on Feb. 27 at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 tech expo. Well-known tipster Roland Quandt has revealed the different storage variants of MediaPad M5 along with their pricing.

According to Quandt, there will be three variants of the MediaPad M5 such as MediaPad M5 8, MediaPad M5 10 and MediaPad M5 10 Pro. The smallest among these is the MediaPad M5 8. It is codenamed as Schubert and its model number is SHT-XXX. It will be coming with a native storage of 32 GB and 4 GB of RAM. Its Wi-Fi only model will be priced at 329 euros (~$407) whereas the LTE model would be costing 380 euros (~$470).

The MediaPad M5 10 is codenamed as Cameron has a model number of CMR-XXX. It will be arriving with a native storage of 32 GB and 4 GB of RAM. The Wi-Fi only model of the MediaPad M5 10 is expected to be priced at 379 euros (~$469). Its LTE variant would be carrying a price tag of 420 euros (~$519).

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The advanced MediaPad M5 10 Pro has a codenamed of Cameron Pro. It comes with a higher storage capacity of 64 GB. Like other M5 tablets, this one also features 4 GB of RAM. This tablet will carry support for M-Pen stylus. It is likely to arrive only in LTE edition with a pricing of 520 euros (~$644).

According to previous leaks, the MediaPad M5 8 may feature 8.4-inch display that will support 2560 x 1600 pixels resolution. The Kirin 960 chipset is expected to power the device. It may come preinstalled with EMUI 8.0 based Android 8.0 Oreo. It is likely to be equipped with Cat. 4 LTE modem and USB-C port. It might not feature a 3.5mm audio jack. The SHT-W09 model received approval from the Federal Communications Commission in the previous month. The FCC listing of the tablet revealed that it is packed with a 4,980mAh battery.

The MediaPad M5 tablets will be arriving to replace the MediaPad M3 tablets from last year. The Chinese manufacturer seems to have skipped “MediaPad M4” moniker since the number 4 is considered bad omen in China.