Huawei’s Android-based iPad Pro competitor, the MatePad, attempts to compete with Samsung’s high-end Galaxy Tab S6. Huawei’s slate crams in a lot of premium tablet features in an attempt to bring serious clout to the dwindling Android tablet market. It’s geared toward mobile productivity and an immersive-media experience.
The MatePad succeeds in its efforts to produce a high-end slate worthy of serious consideration for the most part, but a few software barriers mean it won’t be able to force Apple to loosen its iron grip on the tablet market just yet.
The MatePad has a slim and light design, a gorgeous 10.8-inch display with a punch-hole selfie camera, a flash-enabled camera on the back, and all the other bells and whistles you’d expect from a premium slate. That means Huawei’s top-of-the-line Kirin 990 processor, which includes a 5G modem for ultra-fast mobile internet and plenty of RAM to keep everything running smoothly.
The tablet has a quality appearance and feel to it, with a strong build, small bezels, and micro-curved corners that make it comfortable to hold. You may grip the tablet’s edges without worrying about unintentional input thanks to excellent palm rejection. The tablet is also quite portable, fitting neatly into backpacks, and it features reverse wireless charging, allowing you to simply charge two phones while out and about. Here are some features:
- The HUAWEI MatePad T 8 has ultra-thin 4.9 mm bezels3 and an 80 percent body and screen ratio1, giving you plenty of on-screen space for entertainment. This tablet is ideal for reading e-books and watching movies.
- The HUAWEI T 8 Mediapad has a beautiful design thanks to its metal shell with curved corners. It is very light, weighing only 310 g4, this can simply put it in your luggage or take it around for pleasure or study.
- The HUAWEI T 8 MatePad has an innovative octa-core CPU to deliver fast processing rates, allows you to complete your daily chores with ease.
- The EMUI107’s performance has been greatly improved, allowing you to swiftly launch and move between apps. It’s also more comfortable to read in the dark mode.
- The performance of the EMUI107 has been substantially improved, allowing you to open and switch between apps quickly. The increased dark mode8 makes it even more comfortable to read.
- This tablet sustains for a long time because of a single charge, offering you 12 hours6 of playback videos and 12 hours5 of webpage surfing thanks to the huge 5,100 mAh battery5.
There’s no headphone jack and only one USB-C connector, which is a bummer because the tablet is marketed as a professional gadget, and just because Apple and Samsung have ditched headphone jacks doesn’t mean it’s the right move. When watching videos or listening to music, the Harmon Kardon quad-speaker arrangement provides pleasant audio.
A magnetic snap on keyboard that also serves as a folio cover is included. Again, with uneven key travel, limited screen tilt options, and no track pad, it’s hardly the nicest tablet keyboard we’ve ever used.
This tablet offers a safe playground for kids, with fun and educational systems for them and privacy controls for parents.
The improved Eye Comfort Mode9 shields your children’s sense from blue light. When the kids are watching the tablets while sleeping, they will get an alert to alter the position to further preserve their eyesight.
Here are some of the specifications of huawei mediapad t8 :
- 0 inches in diameter
- 7 million different colours
- 60 percent colour saturation rate (NTSC) (typical value)
- 1280 x 800 pixel resolution
- Pixel Density on Screen: 189 PPI
- MTK MT8768 is the CPU.
- 4 x ARM Cortex-A53 2.0 GHz + 4 x ARM Cortex-A53 1.5 GHz CPU
- IMG GE8320 650 MHz GPU
- 2 GB RAM
- 16 / 32 GB ROM
- MicroSD Card, supports exFAT and FAT32 formats, and has a maximum storage capacity of 512 GB.
- The actual use value can refer to the “memory partition” because the available memory capacity is less than this figure due to the space utilised by the software.
- Not standard; must be purchased separately
Therefore; HUAWEI reserves the right to make real-time changes to the preceding specifications in order to align them with the actual product’s performance, specifications, indexes, and components. Such changes and revisions to product information are subject to change without notice.