Huawei quietly launches MediaPad M5 lite tablet with four speakers, 10.1-inch display

28 September 2018
It also has a big 7,500 mAh battery powering up the Kirin 659 SoC.

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  • boyango

copy of samsung which is copy of ipad...ancient design

At least its a lot cheaper and preforms a lot better than Scamsung garbage.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 30 Sep 2018No they don't, Chromebooks have been more successful than tablet... moreAccording to your fantasy world?

Check sales buddy. Nobody buys netbooks. Only American institutions. IPads are *crashing* them in sales.

Everybody hates netbooks, tablets came to liberate us from the tyranny of netbook. Evil people and corporations want to move us back to the awkwardness of a an always on keyboard, more that 1kg device that is always in landscape mode, that is always slow and useless.

Thankful!y there are also good corporations that clearly see the future. Guess which sell better.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 29 Sep 2018Lol it sells more than those terrible Chromebooks. Google is ... moreNo they don't, Chromebooks have been more successful than tablets because they are usually cheap and easy to run while also providing more functionality than a tablet

3 or 4 GB Ram for 10 inch displays and only android Pie in end of 2018? You all interest maybe can get a cheaper price later , it should have the best price drop for you.

Play game with just 3 or 4 GB Ram in 10 inch displays is it enough can someone tell me? If you are a gamer!

No Pie no talk especially already end of 2018!

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 29 Sep 2018The tablet market is dead, no point in them making a flagship th... moreLol it sells more than those terrible Chromebooks.

Google is trying to kill them by making android on tablets horrible , but to her surprise it only managed all people who want a bigger screen to go to iPad. Nobody wants netbooks that do nothing apparently.

Don't be a google fanboy. Demand better tablets. The experience on tablet as a home device is a million times better than both phones or netbooks.

  • Anonymous

Gekoo, 29 Sep 2018Mi pad 4 from xiaomi is a perfect fit for mid range tablet with ... moreBoth yes and no - there is no official global version, but you can get a "global" one on banggood/gearbest, however it uses mokee ROM which isn't that stable (but it's stock android). However, the chinese version with MIUI fully supports English and there is also Xiaomi.eu version of multilingual MIUI 10 beta for it.

Anonymous, 29 Sep 2018They need to make a good midrange tablet. High end tablets are t... moreMi pad 4 from xiaomi is a perfect fit for mid range tablet with competitive price. But sadly no global version.

micro-usb or type-c ?

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 29 Sep 2018The tablet market is dead, no point in them making a flagship th... moreThey need to make a good midrange tablet. High end tablets are too expensive and low end tablets aren't useable really.

LMAO Kirin 659......
Lovely 3fps games right there!

not kirin 659 again...

  • Anonymous

tpr, 28 Sep 2018They should first to put a damn missing flash cam There are other missing things that are way more important, like a minijack.

AnonD-632062, 29 Sep 2018Yes please. And make more fuss about it too. We need good Androi... moreIt's a rarity these days

  • Anonymous

Umbilical Noose, 28 Sep 2018Another Android tablet with a weak SoC. When will these OEMs learn?The tablet market is dead, no point in them making a flagship that won't sell

I enjoy my samsung's media tablet with exynos that even if not most powerful, last the most on video playback/ wifi or when reading. Wonder if huawei's new chips can do better in stand by / low power mode, would be great for apps that need not much power. Same for gaming, shouldn't be the best for performance, but battery efficiency is as important...

  • AnonD-632062

Yes please. And make more fuss about it too. We need good Android Tablets.

Make Tablets Great Again!

  • tpr

They should first to put a damn missing flash cam

  • Anonymous

It's been available for some time already.
3/32GB is 350 USD for Wi-Fi version and 380USD for LTE version in Poland
The 4GB version I see here is however the non-lite version, so can't confirm prices on it.

Another Android tablet with a weak SoC. When will these OEMs learn?