Introduced the first Huawei tablet with HarmonyOS, triple camera, 29 antennas, 8 speakers and 10,050 mAh battery

Huawei today unveiled the first tablet to run the HarmonyOS operating system. It was named Huawei MatePad Pro.

Huawei MatePad Pro is equipped with a 12.6-inch OLED screen, which occupies 90% of the area of ​​the front panel of the tablet. The screen bezels are 5.6 mm wide. Panel resolution is 2560 x 1600 pixels, its peak brightness is 400 cd / m22… The screen covers 100% of the DCI P3 color space and is TUV certified.

The device has received a thin and light body made of magnesium-aluminum alloy. The Huawei MatePad Pro weighs 609g and is only 6.7mm thin. The device is built around the Kirin 9000E 5nm SoC, which features a 22-core Mali-G78 GPU and a separate NPU for AI applications.

The tablet is equipped with a Wi-Fi 6+ module, which provides data download speeds up to 1.6 Gb / s. Huawei MatePad Pro received a whole group of 29 antennas, which are placed taking into account the case materials so that the signal is stable at all times, and the tablet quickly switches between antennas.

The Huawei MatePad Pro features the first triple camera on the market in a tablet with a 13MP main image sensor, an 8MP wide-angle camera, and a 3D scene depth sensor.

It is also the first Huawei tablet to be equipped with eight speakers, delivering high-quality sound even at high volumes, strong stereo effect, and deep bass.

The tablet is equipped with a rechargeable battery with a capacity of 10,050 mAh, which lasts for 14 hours of video playback, 9 hours in a web browser and 17 days of standby time. There is support for 40-watt fast charging and 27-watt wireless charging. A full charge takes 2 hours and 10 minutes.

The Huawei MatePad Pro supports a dual-tilt keyboard stand with a magnetic mount, as well as a wireless-charging M-Pencil that recognizes clicks from 0.4g.

Using the HarmonyOS operating system makes it easy to use your tablet with smartphones, smartwatches and TVs at the same time to share documents, photos and videos. You can also use your tablet to mirror your computer screen or expand your workspace, and the MatePad Pro can turn into a graphics tablet, for example.

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