Huawei MatePad Pro could be coming soon with smooth design and possibly powerful specs
Tablets used to be quite popular a few years back but now it seems that interest in these gadgets plummeted recently. Even so, major tech companies still deliver tablets, and it actually seems that the ones to launch in the near future will be quite impressive. One of these handsets is the Huawei MatePad Pro. It could also be called the Huawei MediaPad M7 but given its specs, it’s more likely that Huawei will insert the Pro mention in the moniker too. Images of the upcoming handset recently surfaced on the internet and they show a truly nice tablet, with a magnetic keyboard case, and a stylus to make working on it even easier.
The most striking thing about the design of the Huawei MatePad Pro is the fact that the company opted for a punch-hole camera on the front. This way, the thick bezels are gone and they gave way to thinner, nicer ones. The screen-to-body ratio of the gadget is significantly higher than the one of similar devices. There is no fingerprint sensor either, so it is highly likely that Huawei will deliver the tablet with an in-display optical fingerprint reader instead of a conventional one. It is also possible that the gadget will not don a fingerprint scanner and will rely on Face ID instead. On the back of the device, there is a dual-camera setup.
At this point, there is no concrete information regarding the specs of the Huawei MatePad Pro. Hopefully, Huawei will equip its device with a powerful processor and a large enough battery for users to truly benefit from owning a tablet. Based on the design of the gadget, Huawei is planning on competing with the iPad Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6, so normally the specs of the MatePad Pro should be similar to the ones of the aforementioned models. Otherwise, the MatePad Pro will only be another tablet no one would like to buy.
Since the images of the gadget already surfaced, it’s highly likely that we will find out more about the device soon. We could also see it launch before the end of the year on in the first quarter of 2020, at the latest.