Huawei these days started selling the MediaPad M3 that it introduced back at IFA on Amazon for $299. That's great if for some purpose the Nexus 6P-lookalike caught your eye earlier this year. Huawei is additionally launching a pair of affordable tablets nowadays walking, The MediaPad T1 which runs Android 4.4 KitKat.
The Huawei MediaPad T1
The MediaPad T1 comes in two sizes: 7-inches and 10-inches. Huawei is releasing three new MediaPad pills - the M3, T1 7.0, and T1 10.0 - one of which is particularly good, and two you now not purchase under any circumstances. Let's start with the good.,their specs are about what you would assume for a pair of pills that cost $99 and $159, respectively. You get a gig of RAM, 8GB of storage, HD or fewer displays, and batteries that can last a day, though. But all this hardware is powering Google's cell OS from all the way lower back in 2013 - before Material Design even made.
Huawei chose such an old OS for two 2016 tablets is so beyond, and we can't help but think they could've at least installed them with Android Lollipop. Quite frankly, it's embarrassing that Huawei would launch a product with such out of date software program - no matter how low-cost or cheap it will be.
The Huawei MediaPad M3
On the slightly-less-embarrassing side, the Huawei MediaPad M3 is certainly half-decent. That tablet packs an 8.4-inch 2560 x 1600 resolution display, a Kirin octa-core processor, 32GB of storage, 4GB of RAM, and Android 6.0. It's still no Android Nougat but at least it's no longer three years old.
Huawei MediaPad: Price And Availability
If all that sounds precise to you, head over and take a look at out the MediaPad M3 on Amazon for $299. You can order now and Huawei says stock have to be reachable in the next couple of days. Huawei will additionally bring its 10.1 M2 to the US next month, which will run Android 5.1 and comes with 2GB of RAM for $349. The Huawei MediaPad M3, T1 7.0, and T1 10.0 capsules are now available through Amazon and will begin delivery later this week.