Tablets have not been selling as well as the manufacturers would have liked but that has not stopped Huawei from releasing two tablets last night. The tech giant has been releasing a plethora of mobile phones, trying to cater to every budget range with phones like Huawei P10, Honor 8 Lite and Huawei Y5.
The latest additions to Huawei’s already large line of devices are MediaPad T3 and MediaPad T3 7.
The MediaPad T3 has an 8-inch display with a 1280 X 800 resolution. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 installed under the hood supported by a 2GB or 3GB RAM depending on what variant you choose to purchase. The 2GB variant has a 16GB internal storage while the 3GB one has a 32GB space installed.
You can also choose between a WiFi or LTE version. MediaPad T3 has an aluminum build and is available in two colors, Space Gray and Luxurious Gold. It has a rear 5MP rear camera and a 2MP selfie shooter and a battery capacity of 4800mAh a little shy of QMobile’s Energy X2. MediaPad 3 is priced at 219 Euros.
MediaPad T3 7
The MediaPad T3 7 has a lengthier name than the T3 but is much older in terms of specs. It has a 7-inch screen 1024 X 600 resolution screen and has a MediaTek chipset supported a 1 or 2 GB RAM. T3 7 has two storage options; 8GB and 16GB.
The MediaPad T3 7 also sports an aluminum body but runs the older Android version, Marshmallow. It has a 3100mAh battery and 2MP cameras.
MediaPad T3 7 is priced at 129 Euros.