Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD Review: 2012′s must-have tablet yet
A new drool-worthy tablet has landed on our shores and this one boasts of being the first 10-incher to run quad core processor.
Called the Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD (yes, that’s right – full HD), this monster slate employs a 1.5GHz K3V2 quad core proprietary CPU – the same processor that is placed in Ascend D Quad, the world’s fastest phone according to Huawei. And if you aren’t yet impressed by this, Huawei’s throwing in 2GB of RAM; that’s 100% more than what you will get in most tablets. The built-in GPU is an added treat for all 3D gamers who are on the lookout. It is up to date and ships out with Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD has some of the most alluring features found in slates today. It has a 10-inch 1920 x 1200, IPS display with a supersharp resolution of 221 ppi (versus the usual 150ppi from most competitors); a resolution that most tablets or netbooks find difficult to match. It has an aluminum unibody construction following the same industrial design as the original MediaPad (commonly known in the US as T-Mobile Springboard).
Other goodies include an 8-megapixel rear and 1.3-megapixel front cameras for your imaging demands (woot!), Dolby Surround Sound audio processing, GPS (with A-GPS support), Wi-Fi, full-HD videos and the list goes on.
Lastly, MediaPad 10 FHD supports 4G cellular data networks, either HSPA+ (21/42/84Mbps) or LTE, lets you send and receive SMS, push email and all that stuff.
Now really, you’d be so sorry not to have the Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD. This is waaaaay too good to let is pass.
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