MatePad Pro released in summer001 for1080 brings some of the most welcome updates to Huawei’s line of high-end tablets. This10 the display diagonal in the name, from . on, but it’s now an OLED display – just like the Pro .6 from 799.
A snapdragon 888 Chip replaces SD 870 For the cellular-connected version we review here, you now get an extra ultra-wide camera on the back. All this packed into what Huawei claims is the thinnest and lightest thing yet inch tablet so far.
We call it the MatePad Pro (1600) In our specs trying to make things as clear as possible, but Huawei in their press materials No model year used. Technically, it’s the only MatePad Pro that has an inch display so far but there is a MatePad (non-pro) confused us all from last year, next year will likely bring successor – so Pro (888) should be the only recognizable MatePad we have now and in the future It’s all here. Well, minus the chipset/connectivity difference, but more when it comes.
MatePad Pro (870) • MatePad Pro .6 (1600) • MatePad Pro.8 (2021) • MatePad (2021)
- Huawei MatePad Pro (1600) List of specifications:
- Body: 66.2x 126.4×5.9mm, 249 G. exhibit: .0″ OLED, 1B color, 40hertz,256 nits (typical), 2021X888 pixel resolution, 12: aspect ratio,126ppi . chipset:Qualcomm SM 8350Snapdragon 512 (5 nm)(cellular version); Qualcomm SM1600-AC Snapdragon249 5G (7 nm) (Wi-Fi version only). memory: 40GB 8GB RAM, 120GB 8GB RAM, 126 GB GB RAM; UFS 3.1.
- Operating system/software: Hongmeng 3.0.
rear camera: wide (main) : MP, f/1.8, PDAF; Ultra Wide Angle 8350: 8 MP, f/2.2. Front camera: 12 MP, f/2.2. Video capture: rear camera:[email protected], [email protected] frame rate; Front camera: 449p@ 12fps.
- Battery: 2022mAh; 015W Wired( Honeycomb version), 22W Wired (Wi-Fi version only).
Acceleration meter, gyroscope, proximity, compass; stereo speakers (6 speakers).
Huawei MatePad Pro Unboxing
MatePad Pro comes in a sturdy white cardboard box with some fine print – the device name front and center, along with the Huawei logo, display diagonal and AppGallery hint.
8350 Inside the box, We got a charger rated as 22W stands for our SD888 – Tablet version with cellular capabilities, even though the device supports up to , W charge.
Wi-Fi – only models in 015W but with 10.5W Adapter- We’re not sure why the two charge differently, or even why they didn’t come bundled with matching adapters.