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Huawei MediaPad T2 8-inch Pro passes through FCC, could debut at IFA 2016

15 August 2016 0

Huawei MediaPad T2 8-inch Pro has been spotted passing through the FCC’s approval process. It seems the company is all set to showcase this tablet along with its other offerings at the IFA, which is scheduled to happen this year in Berlin.

The 8-inch tablet MediaPad T2 Pro is considered as a successor to the company’s last year’s offering, T1 model, which was also debuted at the IFA. This Android powered tablet is now available in Australia.

We are actually fortunate to gather a few specifications of this Android tablet. Let’s take a look; the display is what we have said earlier goes as 8-inch IPS LCD. It packs a FHD resolution with 1920 x 1200 which is at 282 PPI. There is a rear camera of 8 MP and a front facing camera with 2 MP. The device will run on Snapdragon 6164 x 1.5 GHz along with 4 x 1.2 GHz processor. The forthcoming tablet will also feature a WiFi 802 a /b/g/n/ac connectivity as well as Bluetooth 4.2 LE. And at last but not the least there’s 6450 mAh battery that gives power to the tablet.

We also expect a 2GB of RAM with 16MB of in-built storage, along with we are also looking for a microSD card support on the device. As we can see on the basis of specification, theT2 is an upgraded model from its predecessor T1.

Well, IFA is around the corner with just about two weeks from now when it’ll be actually happening and we’re definitely excited to see Huawei’s event at IFA. Meanwhile, you don’t forget to tell us how you like the Huawei MediaPad T2 8-inch Pro tablet.


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