Today, a Weibo blogger revealed that Honor will launch a tablet with a non-Kirin chip. And Huawei’s flagship tablet will be released together with the new generation of Huawei P50. The Huawei will launch new entry-level smart screen A series and 8K series smart screens in March and May. The blogger also affirmed this. Huawei had a number of devices that passed the national 3C quality certification to enter the network last month. It includes a tablet computer with a standard 40W fast-charge charger, 4G smart phones, 5G smart phones, and a variety of routers.
Huawei’s Flagship Tablet Features
The above-mentioned tablet computer is most likely to be the Huawei’s flagship tablet MatePad Pro 2 equipped with the Kirin 9000 chip, code-named Wanger. It could become the world’s first tablet to support 27 W Wireless Charging and up to 7.5 W Reverse Wireless Charging. So you can power up your other gadgets on the go. Its large-capacity battery and 40W SuperCharge can effortlessly support you for up to 10.5 hours. So you will be ready for some extra challenges. There are two versions of 12.2-inch Huaxing screen and 12.6-inch Samsung screen. Furthermore, both of which support high resolution and refresh rate.
In conclusion, the Huawei’s high-end tablet uses a 12.9-inch high refresh rate (or 120Hz) OLED large screen. There may be a large-size version and some new changes, such as ultra-narrow bezels without holes. Huawei also launched the first domestic 5G tablet Huawei MatePad Pro 5G in May last year, equipped with Kirin 990 5G SoC; in July, it released MatePad 10.8, equipped with Kirin 990 chip; later in September, it launched MatePad 5G, equipped with Kirin 820 chip.