Huawei’s (News - Alert) much awaited 10-inch quad-core tablet has been unveiled at the Mobile World Congress (News - Alert) happening in Barcelona.
Users can take advantage of the new MediaPad 10 FHD, which claims to perform fast with unsurpassed audio-visual entertainment features, including a Huawei 1.5GHz quad-core processor, Google (News - Alert) Android 4.0 operating system and a 10-inch IPS high definition display screen.
This new tablet uses Huawei's proprietary 1.5 GHz K3 quad-core processor and is supported by the K3 chip's embedded GPU to offer fast processing power and 3D graphics processing capability, making it ideal for high definition video clips or large-scale 3D games.
In addition, the new HUAWEI MediaPad 10 FHD offers high-speed wireless access of up to 84 Mbps (HSPA+ 21/42/84Mbps), while at the same time supporting a number of network standards including LTE (News - Alert).
“Most consumers use tablets for entertainment purposes such as gaming, viewing multimedia content, browsing the internet and reading e-books,” said Richard Yu, chairman of Huawei Device. “We have created the HUAWEI MediaPad 10 FHD to excel in all of the entertainment capabilities including speed, power, web-browsing, high definition display and audio, and packaging it all in a compact and portable body.”
The simple and easy to use HUAWEI MediaPad 10 FHD is built using aluminum-alloy materials, and comes in glossy and light finishes. It is 8.8mm thin and weighs only 598g which makes it convenient for users to easily carry.
Users can also benefit from the high-definition 1920 x 1200 IPS display that supports multi-touch, enabling them to enjoy colorful and clear display for a nice visual experience. In addition this system uses Dolby surround sound technology, making it more entertaining for users when playing games, watching HD movies and listening to music.
The HUAWEI MediaPad 10 FHD is also installed with an 8 megapixel rear automatic-focus camera and a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera and memory storage of 2G RAM (News - Alert), making it easy to record and store high-definition photos and videos.
In other news, Huawei has launched the Ascend D Quad family, which has an in-house developed quad-core processor, as the Chinese network equipment company tries to become a competitor in the high-end smartphone space.
Edited by Jennifer Russell