Huawei Will Soon Enter The Indian Tablet Market
Huawei had just gone on stage to unveil its new Nova 5, Nova 5 Pro and MediaPad M6 among its other products. The Chinese company, regardless of the restrictions by the US, still plans on expanding its business horizons on multiple fronts. A fresh report has uncovered that the tech giant will soon enter the tablet market in India.
Huawei will compete with the likes of Samsung, Apple and Lenovo. These companies currently have a hold over the Indian tablet market, with Samsung in a dominating lead. The South Korean manufacturer has freshly unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e and Galaxy Tab A10.1 which will seek to boost tablet sales in India.
Exclusive: Huawei will soon enter the tablet market in India and these are the images of the first product it will launch under series. It seems like there will finally be more options in Android Tablet range for the Indian people. What do you think? #Huawei #HuaweiTablet pic.twitter.com/9OpCctL1zJ— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) June 24, 2019
According to the source, the tablet will feature an estimated 10-inch screen size with considerable bezels at the front. Back of the device features the lone camera minus a flash at the top right corner alongside Huawei’s branding in the centre. Regulatory information can also be seen on the bottom of the back panel. Two speaker grills are found at the bottom of the tablet while the right side features the volume rockers and power button.
Huawei’s upcoming tablet is reportedly compatible with cellular networking, which will most likely include 4G LTE bandwidth. Unfortunately, finer details regarding the upcoming tablet are still unknown as the company has yet to make any official announcements. It is unclear if Huawei is planning a single tablet with multiple configurations or different tablet models altogether for the Indian Market.
The reception of this device by the Indian audience will be based on its pricing and offerings in regards to other companies. Huawei can make a great impact in the southeast Asian country if it can find the correct formula of value for money in the market. Furthermore, India has not had a fresh new contender in the tablet market for a while. This will make the new entry a welcomed addition, as more choice is always better for the consumers.