Earlier this week, Huawei released 8.4-inch and 10.8-inch MediaPad M5 models in the U.S. And now, the Chinese manufacturer seems to be working on another tablet named MediaPad C5. The limited specs of the slate that have surfaced so far reveals that it will be a low-budget tablet. The codenamed of this tablet is Monet.
Through the certification of the device by China’s Ministry of Information and Industry Technology, it has been known that the model number of the device MON-AL19. The UAProf of the device has revealed that its display supports 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution and it is equipped with Bluetooth 4.2.
According to Dutch site Mobielkopen, the Wi-Fi only edition of the MediaPad C5 has a model number of MON-W19 whereas Wi-Fi + LTE models variant has a model number of MON-A19. The Snapdragon 435 that features a 1.4 GHz octa-core processor will be present under the hood of both models.
The MediaPad C5 will be coming with Android 7.0 preinstalled. It is speculated that since the tablet may launch after a few months, it may arrive preloaded with Android 8.0 Oreo. There is no information available on the other specs of the tablet. The MediaPad C5 is expected to replace the MediaPad M5 Lite that was launched in 2017.
Huawei is unlikely to hold an exclusive launch event for the MediaPad C5. Hence, the company may opt to unveil along with some other products at the IFA 2018 tech event in Berlin, Germany that will take place between Aug. 31 and Sept. 5.