The tablet market seems to be dying but Huawei seems to have still some hope. The Chinese device maker, which is quite active in India as well, yesterday revealed a new tablet under its Mediatepad series. The new tablet, which comes with 4G LTE connectivity, is named as MediaPad M3. The MediaPad M3 comes in four variants- the standard model with 32GB (WiFi) is priced at â‚¬349, 32GB (LTE) and 64GB (WiFi) cost â‚¬399, while the last one the with 64 GB (LTE) you have to shell out â‚¬449. The tablet will be initially available in the UK and Europe fromÂ September 26.
The Huawei MediaPad M3 has a fairly big 8.4 inch display but thankfully it offers 2560 x 1600 pixels resolution. Huawei has fitted its latest Kirin 950 processor in the tablet that comes with Mali-T880 GPU, 4GB of RAM and an octa core processor. The tab comes in 32GB and 64GB storage versions and both have expandable storage slot for up-to a 128GB micro SD card.
The MediaPad M3 runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow with EMUI 4.1 UI on top of it. Surprisingly, a meager 5100 mAh battery is in the tablet which seems to be quite power hungry owing to its big QHD display and octa core chip but hopefully it will offer decent backup. Tablets are not known for their cameras but the M3 seems to be a good one in this front as it has an 8-megapixel rear camera as well as an 8 megapixel front camera. For additional security, the tablet offers a fingerprint sensor, which is becoming a norm for most new age devices and it is integrated into its home button. The MediaPad tablet also promises good sound output with dual 1-watt speaker system made by Harman Kardon.