Huawei has officially released the MatePad Pro tablet, with 90% of the world’s highest screen proportion of tablets, Kirin 990 flagship chip, but also optional keyboard, stylus and other accessories. The Huawei MatePad Pro and Mate30 series are similar, with both plain and glass versions. Let’s take a look at what this first tablet computer is like with punch-hole.
On the outside, Huawei’s MatePad Pro features a 10.8-inch LCD full screen with a very narrow border on the front and 90% of the screen, which is currently the highest-screen edited tablet on the market. By comparison, the iPad Pro has 84.6% of screens and the Samsung Tab S6 is 83%.
The body is made of titanium-magnesium alloy composite material, the entire machine weighs 460g, thickness is only 7.5mm, hidden antenna design. In the real world, we can handle the web and video with one hand and it’s easy.
The MatePad Pro has four speaker openings in the upper and lower part, with four-channel stereo and tuning by BMW royal audio maker Harman Caton.
Huawei’s MatePad Pro is powered by a Kirin 990 chip, an oversized battery of 7250mAh, and a 40W Super Fast Charge plus 15W Forward Wireless Fast Charge and 7.5W Reverse Wireless Fast Charge.
As for color matching, The Huawei MatePad Pro is available in Beima White, Night Grey, Aoyama Dai (Supi Edition), and Danxia Orange (Supi Edition).
In office, Huawei MatePad Pro features WPS’s world premiere of four features: smart layout slides, mind maps, smart brushes, and voice notes.
The keyboard installation is also very convenient, as long as the tablet gently leaned past, the keyboard will instantly suck it.
In the configuration, Huawei’s MatePad Pro features a Kirin 990 processor, a three-stage CPU energy efficiency architecture with innovative designs, a 16-core Mali-G76 GPU, and a Da Vinci architecture NPU for both performance and energy efficiency improvements.
In addition to the keyboard, Huawei’s MatePad Pro is equipped with a 4096-stage pressure-sensitive HUAWEI M-Pencil stylus with ultra-low latency as low as 20ms and supports side-front writing. Wireless pairing and charging can be attached directly to the tablet, charging for 30 seconds for 10 minutes, full to write for 10 hours and standby for 10 days.
It is worth mentioning that Huawei MatePad Pro also has many features, revolutionary distributed technology, mobile phones, tablets, the two co-operation, data flow and multi-screen control. As a tablet it also has a split-screen function, more practical in office scenes.
In terms of price, Huawei MatePad Pro 6GB plus 128GB Wi-Fi version 3299 yuan, 8GB plus 256GB Wi-Fi version 3999 yuan (including keyboard stylus 4999 yuan); LTE version 4499 yuan (including keyboard stylus 5999 yuan). In addition, Huawei also provides a wealth of accessories for the MatePad Pro, with an inner-bili bag (199 yuan), a stylus (499 yuan), a smart magnetic suction keyboard (699 yuan), and a smart holster (199 yuan).
It is reported that Huawei MatePad Pro will open at 18:08 on November 25, the regular version of December 12 at 0:00 officially opened (Baywhite, Night Gray), with a stylus and keyboard version on December 25 at 10:08 separate sales (Danxia Orange, Qingshan Dai).