If rumors are to be believed, Huawei is expected to launch a new tablet with the model number BG2-U01. According to TENAA reports, a new tablet with model number BG2-U01 will be powered by a 4000mAh battery alongside Android Nougat.
Touted as a mid-range variant, the upcoming Huawei tablet will feature a 7-inch HD display, a 4-core processor running at a speed of 1.3GHz powered by a 4000mAh battery. Moreover, the tablet will be powered by 2GB RAM paired with 16GB expandable internal storage. The only disadvantage is that the tablet lacks voice calling capability.
Talking about the optics front, the Huawei BG2-U01 tablet will feature a 2MP camera on both rear and front. You need not have to expect excellent quality images via these cameras. However, it will be sufficient for those who make use of the tablet for reading and playing with apps.
With a weight of 280 grams, the upcoming tablet will measure 8.6mm thickness. The tablet will be available in both Sky gray and Streamer gold color variants. The addition of Android Nougat will help users to work with all the latest features such as split-screen functionality, improved power saving mode and enhanced notifications.
That said, you should accept the facts only with a pinch of salt since there is no official confirmation. Even though TENAA results can be believed to some extent, we need to wait till something concrete emerges. The one thing is sure. Huawei is coming up with a new tablet. We will continue to provide you with the latest updates. Stay tuned.
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