Huawei has announced through its official Weibo handle that the MediaPad M5 tablet will usher in a robust upgrade that would set it apart from its predecessor. The MediaPad M5 tablet will be upgraded so as to support Huawei’s latest GPU Turbo technology. The upgrade will roll out this July and makes the MediaPad M5 series the first tablets that would have the GPU Turbo technology onboard.
The MediaPad M5 was first unveiled in April this year and it comes in three versions; an 8.4-inch, as well as a 10.8-inch. There is also a model dubbed M5 Pro. Both the Mediapad M5 and M5 Pro are equipped with an Hisilicon Kirin 960 flagship chipset. The device comes with 4GB RAM across all models and there are three internal storage versions; 32GB, 64GB and 128GBGB models.
The update will improve the performance of the tablet and bring a smoother and better gaming experience. The GPU Turbo Huawei is gradually rolling out updates to its phones and is reportedly also planning a gaming phone that would feature the technology. Huawei’s GPU Turbo is a technology which is able to improve graphics performance by up to 60 percent via software. Further, it can reduce energy consumption by up to 30 percent.