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Huawei allegedly working on a new MediaPad with 10.7-inch display

05 March 2019 2

The Chinese giant Huawei launched MediaPad M5 Pro in 2018 as the only premium tablet. It seems like the company is now getting ready for another premium tablet. Like always initially the tab will be released for the local Chinese market.

According to XDA-developers, the company released a Kernel source code in January this year which referred a Huawei tab codenamed as “CMR2”. The tab is powered up by the Kirin 970 SoC. Those who are unaware the "CMR" was the codename of MediaPad M5 Pro, So the chances are high "CMR2" is actually its successor.

Fortunately, the report also reveals a few hardware details of CMR2 tab. Like its predecessor, it sports a 10.7-inches TFT display with a screen resolution of 1600 x 2560 pixels. The Kirin 970 SoC will be powering the tablet, this chipset was announced alongside the Mate 10 series in 2017.

The base model will have 4GB RAM with 64GB storage whereas the top-tier variant has 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. On the rear side, you will get single snapper of 13MP. It could be either an OmniVision OV13855 sensor or Sony IMX258 module. The details regarding the selfie snapper are still in the dark.

As OS the device likely to be pre-installed with Android Pie with EMUI 9 skin over it. A 7,500mAh battery will keep its lights on. Apart from Huawei, the company's subsidiary Honor is also working on a new tablet with a display of 8-inches. However, the other details regarding Honor's tablet are still in the dark.

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Huawei allegedly working on a new MediaPad with 10.7-inch display
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