Huawei has covered half of this 2017 with three of their smartphones star for the average family P10 both high-end. All of them are phones with features worthy of competing in your market niche and a competitive price, but the Chinese manufacturer does not forget his family of tablets.
Today, Huawei has launched on its website two tablets that are focused on users who do not want or can not afford high performance devices. It is of the Huawei MediaPad T3 7 and 8 inches screen, the first dedicated to the lower-middle range, while the largest is introduced fully in mid-range.
Elegant design for the economical line of tablets of Huawei
The fact that it is relatively inexpensive devices does not Huawei to renounce an attractive appearance, not even for the tablets. In this case the two Chinese manufacturer MediaPad T3 are constructed with a body anodised aluminum unibody giving, as you can see in the photos, a feeling of being resistant.
Between two tablets we can see a clear difference in the back, and it is that the 7 inch has a band in the area of the camera of a different color, in a similar way to which has the Huawei P10, although it is not crystal, but the same aluminum as the rest of the body (or so it seems).
We can also find the Strip in the 8-inch tablet, but at this time it is the same color as the rest of the body. At the front, the difference is that the largest of the devices has a speaker that would be dedicated to calls, since you have a version with LTE connectivity.
Apart from these differences, they are very similar, except that in the 7 inch MediaPad it seems that the top frame is reduced, something logical if we consider that This tablet has no speaker for calls. Are otherwise quite similar in terms of appearance referred to in.
Specifications for almost all types of users
In terms of the specifications of the T3 MediaPad of Huawei, can say that they cover most of the needs of the users, while of 7 inch is more focused on the less demanding, the 8-inch allows the possessor to perform more complicated tasks. Let’s start with the smaller version specifications.
The smallest Huawei MediaPad T3 has an IPS display of 7 inch with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. The processor is MediaTek, specifically the MT8127, a quad – core 1.3 GHz, along with 1/2 GB of RAM and 8/16 GB of storage. The battery is 3,100 mAh and leaves the factory with 6.0 Android Marshmallow with coating EMUI 4.1.
The largest MediaPad has an IPS screen of 8 inch with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. This time the processor is a Snapdragon 425, Quad-Core 1.4 GHz, with 2/3 GB of RAM and 16/32 GB of storage. Your battery is 4,800 Mah and comes out of the box with 7.0 Android Nougat EMUI 5.1.
HUAWEI MEDIAPAD T3 7 INCH
HUAWEI MEDIAPAD 8 INCH T3
|PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS||179 x 103,68 x 8.6 mm 250 grams||211,07 x 124,65 x 7.95 mm 350 g|
|SCREEN||7 inch||8 inch|
|RESOLUTION||1024 x 600 pixels||1280 x 800 pixels|
|PROCESSOR||MediaTek MT8127, quad – core 1.3 GHz||Snapdragon 425, quad – core 1.4 GHz|
|RAM||1/2 GB||2/3 GB|
|STORAGE||8/16 GB||16/32 GB|
|ANDROID VERSION||6.0 Android Marshmallow + 4.1 EMUI||7.0 Amdroid Nougat + 5.1 EMUI|
|CAMERAS||Rear: 2 MP front: 2 MP||Rear: 5 MP front: 2 MP|
|BATTERY||3,100 mAh||4800 mAh|
Availability and price of the Huawei MediaPad T3
In terms of price, although it is rather still unofficial, rumored that humblest MediaPad T3 7-inch version will cost €129, While the MediaPad T3’s 8 inch 2/16 GB will have a price of €219 for the Wi-Fi version and €239 for the LTE. Not has said nothing of the price of other versions or when you can buy.