Huawei recently announced the next-generation Huawei MediaPad T3 and Huawei MediaPad M3 tablets. The latest development is that the tablets will hit the retail shelves of European markets. According to reports, several variants of the Huawei MediaPad T3 tablet was spotted on EAC.
In addition to Huawei MediaPad T3 and M3, the MediaPad M3 Lite has also surfaced on EAC. Hence, you can infer that three tablets will enter the European shores within the next few days. Recently, the MediaPad M3 Lite variant surfaced on Wi-Fi Alliance which indicates the imminent arrival of the handset.
You can expect the upcoming tablet in both Wi-Fi and 4G LTE variants. On the specifications front, the Huawei MediaPad tablets will feature a 10-inch display, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage. You can also expect MediaPad T3 to be available in two variants.
When it comes to MediaPad T3, the tablet offers MediaTek MTK8127 processor, 1GB RAM/8GB storage, 2GB RAM/16GB internal storage loaded with Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
There are reports that the MediaPad T3 is equipped with an 8-inch display, Snapdragon 425 processor, 2GB RAM/16GB internal storage, 3GB RAM/32GB internal storage loaded with Android 7.0 Nougat. The tablet gets the required power from a 4800mAH fast charging battery.
Regarding the price, the Wi-Fi model of the tablet will cost EUR 329. However, the 4G LTE model will be tagged with EUR 379, which is higher than the Wi-Fi variant.
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