Huawei MatePad Pro gets 3C certification, 40W charging confirmed
Towards the end of last month, we saw the first set of leaks for the upcoming Huawei MatePad Pro. It immediately caught out attention with its slim bezels and punch-hole display. Now, the upcoming tablet appears to have cleared China’s 3C certification agency and we get to learn some more details.
The listing clearly states the certified device is a tablet, coming with the MRX-W09 and MRX-AL09 model numbers which are presumably the Wi-Fi and LTE variants. Another new bit of info is the support for 40W Huawei SuperCharge just like the Mate 30 series.
According to past rumors, the MatePad Pro will pack a 2560 x 1440 resolution display alongside the Kirin 990 SoC and up to 8GB of RAM.
Huawei will also offer a smart keyboard that connects via magnetic pogo pins and an M-Pen stylus. The most recent leak showed renders of the MatePad Pro in 4 colors which include white, black, green and orange.
There is still no word on when the MatePad Pro is expected to make its debut but now that it's starting to collect the required certificates, it shouldn't be long.
- 20 Nov 2019
tab s6: Am I a joke to u?
- 07 Nov 2019
Compared to the mediaPad M6 the new tablet has a punch hole for camera, and the display is not rectangular, it has rounded edges. Backwards I would say. Unfortunately, the former model M6 still cannot be found in stores in Europe. I do not want to im...
- 07 Nov 2019
Well, at least Samsung has a competitor in tablet world. Competition is always good for costumers. I just hope Lenovo will get back in this fight too. Also, I hope some gaming tablet from Asus, maybe Asus Rog Tablet or something.