Introducing MatePad 10.8 and Enjoy Tablet 2 – Huawei’s new tablets


Introducing MatePad 10.8 and Enjoy Tablet 2 – Huawei’s new tablets

Introducing MatePad 10.8 and Enjoy Tablet 2 – Huawei’s new tablets

News unit EMGblog.com : Company Huawei on Thursday, July 30, 2020 (August 9, 2019) of a new tablet named MatePad 10.8 unveiled Powerful chip Kirin 990 and compatibility with M-Pencil stylus pen and keyboard case (as accessories) are among the advantages of MatePad 10.8. Along with this device, another tablet named Enjoy Tablet 2 – which of course has lower specifications – was also unveiled. Both of these tablets to Android 10 is equipped and the dedicated user interface EMUI 10.1 adds interesting features to them. Needless to say, along with these two tablets, Huawei also introduced a smart bracelet (with the ability to turn into a Bluetooth headset) and a smart watch for children.

MatePad 10.8

This tablet has dimensions equal to 7.2 x 170 x 257 mm and its weight with battery reaches almost 500 grams. MatePad 10.8 will be available in Champagne Gold and Silver Diamond Grey. As the name suggests, the LCD screen of this tablet has a diameter of 10.8 inches and its aspect ratio is 16:10. The 2K resolution of this display (equivalent to 1600 x 2560 pixels) brings its pixel density to 280 ppi.

Undoubtedly, the MatePad 10.8’s strength is in its processing department; Where Huawei uses the 7nm chip

a camera There is a 13-megapixel camera with f/1.8 aperture on the back of the device and an 8-megapixel (f/2.0) selfie camera on the front. A powerful battery with a capacity of 7,500 mAh is responsible for providing energy to the MatePad 10.8. This battery is charged with a 22.5 watt charger and according to the manufacturer, it is also compatible with 18 and 10 watt chargers.

The MatePad 10.8 lacks 5G connectivity, and apparently LTE is only available in the 128GB configuration and the gray color. But using Wi-Fi 6 Plus is one of the strengths of this tablet. According to Huawei, Wi-Fi 6 Plus can provide wide coverage. and bring a strong signal with high penetration so that Wi-Fi waves pass through the wall well. The transmission rate of Wi-Fi 6 Plus is 2,400 Mbps, which seems suitable for downloading large files and watching HD videos online.

The new Huawei tablet supports OTG. If you use OTG for reverse charging, MatePad 10.8 can charge the battery of other devices with a maximum power of 5 watts. Bluetooth version 5.1, support for GPS, GLONASS and Beidou navigation systems and USB Type-C port are among other communication features of this tablet. On the edges of the MatePad 10.8, four speakers have been placed, which, while enjoying the sound effect of Huawei Histen 6.1, have also been approved by Harman Kardon.

As mentioned in the introduction, the operating system of this tablet is Android 10, and Huawei’s proprietary user interface – EMUI 10.1 – has added new features to it. For example, we can mention the Smart Split Screen feature, where by dividing the screen into two parts, the user can run two different applications at the same time. Parallel Vision (parallel vision) is another feature of EMUI 10.1, by which one can simultaneously open an application to do two different tasks in two different user interfaces. It is also possible to simulate the user interface of the phone on the tablet screen; A feature that Huawei calls multi-screen collaboration.

Huawei has also provided two widely used accessories for this product. The first is a water-resistant stylus called M-Pencil and the second is a keyboard case called Smart Magnetic Keyboard, which weighs 345 grams and also has NFC. Obviously, these two items are sold separately.

The MatePad 10.8 tablet will enter the market from mid-August. Currently, interested parties can only place an order to buy the version equipped with Wi-Fi of this tablet. The price of the basic model with 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage is 2,399 yuan, which is approximately equal to 340 dollars at the current exchange rate. The 128/6 model is priced at 2,799 yuan (about $400) and the 256/6 model is priced at 3,599 yuan (about $515). The LTE version (with 128/6 configuration) will also have a price of 3,199 yuan (about $458). Considering that the Kirin 990 chip is also available in the version with an internal 5G modem, it is possible that MatePad 10.8 will be produced in the fifth generation version in the future.

Enjoy Tablet 2.0

Enjoy Tablet 2 is designed in dimensions of 7.85 x 159 x 240.2 mm and weighs about 450 grams. In addition to gold, this tablet is also available in dark blue. In comparison with MatePad 10.8, the diameter of the screen has decreased to 10.1 and its resolution to 1920×1200 pixels, but its density – which is equal to 224ppi – has not decreased much. In introducing the display of this product, Huawei mentions the anti-fingerprint coating. Also, in terms of software, three different modes are considered for the display: reading mode (E-book Mode), eye protection mode (Eye Protection Mode) and dark mode (Dark Mode).

Perhaps the biggest downfall of the Enjoy Tablet 2 compared to the MatePad 10.8 is its chipset. Huawei has decided to use the Kirin 710A mid-range chipset in this device. use. This chip is made with 14 nm lithography and consists of 4 2 GHz cores (cortex A73 architecture) and 4 1.7 GHz cores (cortex A53 architecture) and its graphics processing unit is Mali-G51. It should be noted that 4 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of internal memory are expected in this tablet, which can be added up to 512 GB via microSD.

The main camera of this tablet is 5 megapixels (f/2.2) and its selfie camera is 2 megapixels (f/2.4), which is a noticeable drop compared to the camera set in MatePad 10.8. Likewise, the battery capacity has also been reduced to 5,100 mAh, which is charged with a 10W charger. Also, instead of 4 speakers, it is enough to install two speakers. The operating system and communication of this tablet are not different from MatePad 10.8.

Pre-order registration for the purchase of Enjoy Tablet 2 has started in China and this product is supposed to be officially launched in the middle of August. The price of this tablet in different configurations is as follows:

– 4/64 Wi-Fi model: 1,599 yuan ($229)

– Wi-Fi 4/128 model: 1,799 yuan ($257)

– LTE-equipped 4/64 model: 1,799 yuan ($257)

– 128/4 model with LTE: 1,999 yuan ($286)

TalkBand B6

At first glance, this product is a smart bracelet, but if we separate the device from its strap – which is made of metal or silicone – it can act as a Bluetooth headset. The TalkBand B6 has a 1.53-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 188×460 and is IP57 water-resistant (especially if the band is made of silicone). The optical heart rate sensor, blood oxygen monitoring and sleep tracking are among the features of TalkBand B6 in the field of health.

According to the claim of Huawei, the 120 mAh battery of this device – which is charged through the USB-C port – lasts 3 days in the bracelet mode (in the Bluetooth headset mode, it will answer up to 8 hours of conversation). This watch is compatible with Android 4.4 and above and iOS 9 and above. TalkBand B6 is priced at 1,000 yuan ($143) with a silicone band and 1,500 yuan ($215) with a metal band.

Children’s Watch 4X

This smart watch is designed for children. Despite its large size, this watch weighs only 67.7 grams and is water resistant up to 5 atmospheres. Its 800 mAh battery will last up to 2 days in normal mode and up to 5 days in energy saving mode.

The display of the watch is AMOLED and its size is 1.41 inches. Interestingly, there is an 8-megapixel main camera and a 5-megapixel selfie camera in this watch. This watch is equipped with NFC and can be used as a mobile phone. The Children’s Watch 4X will be available on August 19 at a price of 1,400 yuan ($200).

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