Huawei’s MediaPad X2 Flaunts a Slim Design With All Round Specs
Huawei has made an unexpected, huge entry in the ongoing Mobile World Congress with a slew of gadgets. The latest one to get our attention is a dual SIM phablet titled Huawei MediaPad X2. The device is the successor of MediaPad X1, and is the first ever device to hold a 64-bit ultra octa-core chipset with 4G-enabled LTE. The MediaPad X2 is launched in two variants – one with 2GB RAM + 16GB storage and the other with 3G RAM and 32GBstorage.
Richard Yu, CEO, Huawei Consumer Business Group made a statement –
Following the success of the Huawei MediaPad X1, and having inherited the signature feature of our large screen design, the Huawei MediaPad X2 represents our faith and commitment in creating better quality products with our technology and innovation.
At a thickness of 7.28 mm, the MediaPad X2 is the world’s slimmest 7-inch phablet. The HD IPS display is laminated and has a resolution of 1200 x 1920p, with pixel density of 323ppi. The 2.0GHz Kirin 930 ultra-octa chipset bundled with 64-bit GPU Mali-T628 is powerful and consumes less power. The phablet is juiced up through a 5,000 mAh Li-ion battery.
On the camera expect as well, the phablet stands at a good spot. It is equipped with a 13MP rear shooter and a 5MP front shooter which is ideal for selfie lovers. Connectivity options include LTE Cat6 and Wi-Fi; surprisingly Bluetooth is not an option in the Huawei phablet. The devices are available two colour option – amber gold and moonlight silver.
The phablet is undoubtedly one of the best and packs some incredible features that makes it stand out. Meanwhile, the price tag is missing, but the Chinese equipment producer is likely to disclose it soon.