The Huawei Mediapad 10FHD debuted at Mobile World Congress back in February and now we finally have a price and a street date. Chengdong Yu, head of the companies Consumer Business Group has just announced that the Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD will hit the street at the end of August in the Chinese companies home country. The 10.1″ tablet with a Full HD display and the 1.5 GHz Quad Core K3V2 will then cost only 2999 yuan, which is about 385€. This makes the unit a bit cheaper than the cheapest tablet running Nvidia’s quad core Tegra 3 processor. But unlike the Toshiba AT300 or the Acer Iconia Tab A510 Huawei’s quad core beast will be sporting a full-HD display for a lower price tag.
The Huawei MediaPad 10FHD is going to be a very competitive tablet as it comes with a 6400-mAh battery which will offer up to 9 hours of Full HD video playback. Yu also promises an extremely long standby times, the WiFi version offers 83 days and the 3G version at least 33 days. There will be also a new 10-inch model that will offer 4G/LTE.
The MediaPad 10FDH runs Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” and has a 1.3-megapixel camera on the front and an 8 MP cam on the rear. At 8.8 millimeters, the device is also very thin. The part that’s sure to impress if the rest hasn’t won you over is that it comes with 2(!) Gigabytes of memory which make it a pioneer in the arena.
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Source: Yu Chengdong via UnwiredView via Notebook Italia