Along with the two MatePad models, Huawei has launched a pair of monitors that focuses one on productivity and the other on the more gaming terrain.
Tablets have become the center of productivity and entertainment for millions of people around the world and brands know it. One of the protagonists of the Huawei event was precisely a pair of tablets that will arrive in some countries soon: the MatePad 11 and MatePad 11 Pro.
Two sides of the same coin to sneak into an ecosystem starring Harmony OS, the new operating system presented by Huawei as an alternative to the all-powerful Android. Thanks to it, tablets gain in terms of connectivity, synchronization, and, ultimately, productivity. Making them even more of an essential element.
Both the Huawei MatePad 11 is consecrated as the younger sister of the Huawei MatePad Pro, a tablet that comes to rival the very Apple iPad with specifications and accessories of the first order.
Huawei MatePad 11 specs
We start with the smallest of the family of new Huawei tablets. In this model, it has a 10.95-inch 120Hz IPS panel and a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels that combines perfectly with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, 6GB RAM, and a pair of internal storage versions of 64 or 128GB. Special mention to the sound section with a four-speaker scheme tuned by Harman Kardon.
Inside, all the potential of Harmony OS that promises to lighten the operating system and scratch performance compared to standard versions of Android. Of course, as is natural in Huawei products, no Google services installed. The brand is making it easier and easier thanks to its App Gallery app store and a whole army of services that make everyday life easier.
As for the battery, the Huawei MatePad 11 has a 7,250mAh battery with 22.5W quick charge Both this model and the MatePad Pro have support for Huawei’s stylus or digital pen. At the moment neither the price nor the availability in some countries is known.
Huawei MatePad Pro specs
The responsibility of being the heavyweight of the tablet range falls on the Huawei MatePad Pro. This device opts for a 12.6-inch OLED screen, a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels, and a refresh rate of 60Hz.
The rest of the specs chart is completed with a Kirin 9000E processor with a 5-nanometer construction and an 8GB RAM arrangement along with 256GB storage.
Of note is the battery with 10,050mAh capacity with quick charging at 40W and a really powerful 8-speaker audio array. Like its smaller sibling, it has compatibility with Huawei’s digital pen and has the Harmony OS operating system inside. Pricing and availability in some countries have not yet been officially announced.
Huawei MateView and MateView GT specs
And as if two tablets, two watches, a wireless headset, and a new operating system weren’t enough, Huawei has also unveiled a pair of monitors: the Huawei MateView and MateView GT.
The MateView features a 28.2-inch screen with a 3:2 format somewhat peculiar and rarely seen within its kind. It is the same that Huawei uses in its laptops and seeks the best possible use of space when working.
It features 4K resolution, HDMI 2.0, USB Type-C with 65W charging capacity, another extra USB C, and 2 USB 3.0. In addition to the power adapter. Mention that it has a pair of speakers of 5W each and a tiny thickness ranging from 9.3 to 13 millimeters. It has an estimated price of $749, although the exact amount for some countries has not been confirmed.
The second of these, corresponding to the MateView GT model, has nothing to do with the above and goes fully into the gaming field. In particular, it has a 34-inch curved screen with a 21:9 format and resolution equivalent to 2K.
Being focused on this market, the refresh rate is 165Hz and it is equipped with a soundbar at the bottom where a pair of 5W speakers have been installed. Although the price for the worldwide market has not yet been published, it is estimated to be around $599.