Mobile World Congress, the most prominent tech event of this world started on February 25 at Barcelona, Spain. Companies from all over the world are stepping ahead to showcase their innovations and creativity in front of the universe. Huawei also took a step to introduce some quality products on the very first day of the event. Huawei launched a new range of tablets in a press conference at MWC 2018. The company named it as MediaPad M5. When it comes to specs and feature, you will probably find them identical to each other, but all the three tablets differ from each other in screen size.
The MediaPad M5 tablets will be available in two screen size options, i.e., 8.4-inches and the 10.8-inches which will be priced at 349 and 399 Euro respectively. Given below are just a few features which both the tablets will share the same.
- 2560×1600 displays (for a 359 and 280 PPI rating)
- Kirin 960 quad-core processor
- 4GB of RAM
- 32, 64 or 128 GB of internal storage
- 8MP front camera and 13MP rear camera
- Sensors like proximity and fingerprint sensor
- Android 8.0
- Expandable storage option upto 256 GB
Both the variants of MediaPro M5 looks similar other than the screen size. Along with these two, there is one more launch in this series, but that has been named as Pro (MediaPad M5 Pro). Now the reason behind putting this under the Pro category is the use of M-Pen along with the tablet.
The support of this newly introduced of M-Pen might change the way you have even used a Pen along with your gadget as the company says. The company says that this M-Pen features 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity that lets you give a better experience of tilting and shading. The tablet also offers a desktop view with expanded file management features.
The company says that all the versions of the tablet will be available in two color options, i.e., Space Gray and Mystic Silver and will also support LTE network connectivity. The tablets will first go on sale in European countries and the U.S. as well. The availability of these tablets can be marked from March 2018.