The tablet ecosystem is slowly but surely becoming an integral part of our life,, and more products are being added every year with new and exciting features. This time it is Huawei’s MatePad Pro 2. The tablet is set to release in a couple of months from now and from the rumours we have seen in the past few weeks, the MatePad Pro 2 is looking loaded with a ton of powerful features including the most prominent 3C certification listing.
Companies like Huawei are keeping the Android tablet space alive with their flagship products to take the competition to Apple’s Pro models. The MatePad Pro 2 becomes the first Android tablet to have the 5G compatibility and it is going to be available in two major variants. Both of them are believed to be the successor of the company’s previous tablet, which was a powerful slate having insanely fast processing power and lightweight design.
When verified about the 3C listing on one of the Chinese certification sites, we have come to know that the MatePad Pro 2 is having a 40W fast charging feature under the Model Number WGR-AN19. Some folks have code-named this tablet as “Wanger” but other than that, there is nothing else revealed in the 3C certificate.
The one thing we can say for sure is that this high-end tablet from Huawei will be a monster when it comes to speed and performance with its Kirin 9000 processor. This is the same chipset that belongs to the Mate 40 series. It is considered to be one of the most advanced processors made with the industry’s top 5nm process, so we can expect top performance even at a high processing load.
In terms of design, the specifications are still very unclear but it has to come light that Huawei is going to use OLED screens and IPS panels on their upcoming flagship tablets. The displays are believed to be supplied by Huaxing and some even highlight that Samsung is going to later supply OLED tablet displays for Huawei’s next tablet. This is proposed by both parties to give a tough competition to Apple’s iPad Pro model.
The MatePad Pro 2 is most likely going to adopt the frame and screen resolution as the previous generation but we will witness a higher refresh rate. The ultra-narrow screen and 120 Hz refresh rate is a great combination to enhance visual experience for the user. The screen to body ratio and pixel density are well above 85 percent and 280ppi, respectively. And they help in generating better contrasts and color variations.
The internal architecture has the octa-core processor at the apex and it is supported by either 8 or 12 GB RAM depending on the variant the user chooses. In terms of storage solution, Huawei is likely going to offer at least 128GB of internal memory and it can go all the way up to 256GB.
Information regarding battery life and camera system is unknown but we can expect an upgrade in the capacity and quality of both specifications. The main problems that occurred with the previous model were limited software functionality and headphone jack, so we should expect major improvement in these areas to provide a better overall end user experience.
Even after its launch, we cannot say the tablet will be available in every retail market, so it will mostly be limited to China. However, we have seen Huawei’s tablets arriving in the UK, so there may be a possibility of it landing outside of china.