Huawei Mediapad: The First Android Honeycomb 3.2 Tablet

Written by on August 13, 2011 in Reviews - 2 Comments

Last month, there was an official announcement from the Huawei of their newest product packed with Android Honeycomb 3.2, 7-inch Huawei Mediapad. And it was expected to be available in the selected market around third quarter of this year, majorly in US.

In the previous post, we mentioned that Android Honeycomb 3.2 is only available for Motorola Xoom WiFi users, oops, nobody was wrong here. Look, the 7-inch Huawei Mediapad is still under process while Xoom users are enjoying their Android Honeycomb 3.2 features already. With Android Honeycomb 3.2, the 7-inch Huawei Mediapad has actually take a great leap over the Honeycomb tablets. Many of Honeycomb enthusiasts doubted the presence of Honeycomb 3.2, due to the absence of 3.1 earlier. Below is the complete specifications of Huawei Mediapad.

Product Specifications
OS: Android Honeycomb 3.2
Processor: Dual Core, Qualcomm, 1200MHz
Display: LCD, 1280x800px, 7-inch, Touch Screen, and Multi-touch
Memory: MicroSD up to 32GB, MicroSDHC, and 4096MB Built-in memory
Network: HSPA+ 14.4 Mbps
Connectivity: Bluetooth, WiFi (802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n), USB 2.0, Headphone 3.5mm, Micro HDMI type D, Built-in MIC, USIM Card Slot
Sensors: Accelerometer
GPS: Yes
Browser: Flash supported
Main Camera: 5MP, Auto focus, Video 720p HD (1280x720px)
Front-camera: 1.3MP
Battery: Li-Polymer, 3.7V, 4100mAh, Over 6 Hours working time
Thickness: 10.5mm
Weight: 390g

huaweimediapad Huawei Mediapad: The First Android Honeycomb 3.2 Tablet

Sadly, there is no information available about Mediapad pricing and WiFi model. But, we are as eager as you to be updated with these information and will update as soon as we got it. So, why don’t you leave us a comment about how much would you pay for this 7-inch Huawei Mediapad. But do check out top 10 must have Android Honeycomb 3.2 Tablets Apps.

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  • Kevin Hannigan

    It seems Steve Jobs was wrong! The 7 inch is a perfect size, portable and convenient to hold and watch videos on the move. The Samsung Tab 7 inch was great but they went for the 8.9 with the new one and now they are tide up in litigation with Apple. So I am going for the Huawei Mediapad when it becomes available.

  • Anonymous

    Hi Kevin, Absolutely, this is why I love I the Android Tablets. The choices of the different screen sizes, different specs to choose from to fit our needs, makes it a step better than the other brand.

    Thanks for sharing your thought here. Hope to see the Huawei Mediapad on market soon.