The Ascend D1 Q apparently isn’t the only new device that Huawei plans to show us this Sunday on the eve of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The Chinese company, which finally seems to be ready to take the world by storm, will also show a new tablet, called the MediaPad 10. Unlike the already launched (and revamped) MediaPad though, this will (obviously) be a 10-inch offering.
Many images of the new Huawei tablet have made it to the Internet thanks to a Russian site. Here are some:
Unfortunately, for some reason not one of these images shows the entirety of the tablet, so to speak. That makes us think that this is more of a self-leak or controlled leak on Huawei’s part, which manages to show us most of the device while still retaining a small element of surprise regarding its looks.
On the specs front, it’s almost all going to be surprising, since aside from the screen size, an 8 MP rear camera with LED flash, and stereo speakers there’s absolutely nothing we know about the Huawei MediaPad 10 so far.
It’s apparently quite thin and light, it’s mostly made of metal, and looks like a cross between a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and an HTC Flyer. Thankfully, Huawei’s new tablet will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich from day one. We’ll tell you everything you need to know about it this coming Sunday, when we’ll be in Barcelona to play with it.
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