Chinese telecom company Huawei unveiled today its new Android 3.2 powered tablet, called the MediaPad. The news was given during an event in Singapore, as well as a release date, set around September.
According to officials from Huawei, Honeycomb 3.2 is essentially the same as 3.1, only adapted to a smaller screen size, 7 inch as opposed to 10. As well as including a Video Demo to describe its interface, the Chinese manufacturing company also released the tablet’s technical specifications. Beneath its sleek 10.5 mm wide shell, the MediaPad holds a 7 inch capacitive screen with 217 pixels per inch, with IPS for a wider angle display.
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