Huawei has finally revealed their new 5G tablet, the MatePad Pro and it might just be the iPad Pro killer Android user have been waiting for.
It seems like Apple’s had a stranglehold over the tablet market.
Plenty of other tablets have come and gone, but none of them have been able to compete with the iPad.
It seems as though the competition has gone even further behind after the release of the iPad Pro.
However, it seems like their might be a new contender with Huawei’s MatePad Pro, which looks and feel a lot like the iPad Pro.
First off, Huawei’s table is 5G compatible and they claim that it’s the world’s most powerful 5G tablet.
Huawei has announced their new MatePad Pro
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As far as I’m aware, it’s also the only 5G tablet, but there’s more that just that which should get you excited about the MatePad Pro.
The Huawei MatePad Pro runs on their bespoke Kirin 990 chipset, which we’ve seen in the likes of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and Honor View 30 Pro.
This chipset should deliver very fast processing speeds which could rival the iPad Pro.
It also comes with 6GB or 8GB RAM which will give the tablet that extra bit of speed.
Then there’s the design, which has super thin bezels and looks incredible.
It has an 10.8-inch LCD screen which has a punch-hole cut-out for the 8MP front-facing camera.
Underneath the hood, there’s a 7,250mAh battery which supports 40W fast charge and wireless charging. This thing should last ages on one charge.
It also comes in more colours than the iPad Pro, which is nice.
The Huawei MatePad Pro comes in a variety of options, starting at €549 (around $600 / £470 / AU$900) and up to €799 (around $865 / £670 / AU$1300) for the base level of the higher-spec Huawei MatePad Pro 5G.
The only problem is it looks like it won’t come with access to the Google Play Store which is a bit of a downer.
What do you think? Does it look like Huawei’s MatePad Pro might be the tablet Android users have been waiting for?
Let us know in the comments below.
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