Huawei executive director and CEO of business group Richard Yu shared on the Chinese social microblogging network Weibo that they would be unveiling new Mate series products on Nov 25. He announced the news by sharing the poster from his Weibo account.
Mr. Yu didn’t reveal the exact list of products, but relying on the gosspis it can be predicted that the MatePad Pro tablet is expected to be on the cards now. MatePad Pro was previously rumored to be named as MediaPad M7.
The notorious blogger, editor, and phone leaker Evan Blass, widely known by his pen name @evleaks, has disclosed its commercial name as well. According to him, it will be MatePad Pro, not compliance with other rumors.
On behalf of those images, it would have a punch-hole display like a cut-out in the front screen of Samsung’s Galaxy S10, with the support of the dual-camera joint by LED flash at the backside.
The punch-hole on the top corner would be the home to the front camera and other sensors. The MatePad Pro will have a display with 2560 x 1440 resolution, as per a report.
This might be the world’s first tablet with a punch-hole screen in it. It has a sloping edge of very thin bezels for a tablet.
All the details about MatePad Pro are based on its pre-released leaked images.
The tablet will also have a keyboard with magnetic support. To ease the users, it will carry a sharp-pointed stick, a stylus in its toolkit. More fine information about the display resolution and camera megapixels are yet to be unveiled. Believe it or not, this Huawei product has an alarming resemblance to its competitor iPad Pro except punch-hole camera. Probably, we have to wait until November 25 for the launch.
It is expected that Huawei will use Kirin 990 chipset coupled with up to 8GB RAM and 256GB of storage. The users will have the option to choose a color from the options of White, Black, Green, and Orange.
The tablet has recently accredited the TENAA certification and according to the Chinese Compulsory Certificate (3C’s) certifying authority’s website, that the certified device is a tablet, labeling with the MRX-W09 and MRX-AL09 model numbers predicted to be the Wi-Fi and LTE variants. For backup, it will support 40W Huawei SuperCharge charger, which is used with Mate 30 series as well.
Featured image: @evleaks