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Huawei MediaPad clears the FCC en route to AT&T

The Huawei MediaPad isn't anything new. It was spotted back in June on video and was quickly announced as a 7" Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet rocking a 1.2 GHz Qualcomm processor and some 3G/4G radios inside. We've seen it at the FCC a few times in the recent past on its way to T-Mobile but today's sighting showed the slate rocking AT&T US bands.

Huawei wins design award for Vision, sends Mediapad to UK

When you get shaken down by Microsoft's legal team, you know you've made it in the Android smartphone world. Chinese manufacturer Huawei has been honored with the IF Design Award for its forthcoming Vision handset, beating out considerable competition, Just a few days before helping to launch T-Mobile's de-branded Springboard tablet, Huawei has detailed plans for expanding its presence in the UK with both the Vision smartphone and the Mediapad Honeycomb tablet.

Huawei MediaPad hits FCC en route to T-Mo

Our pals at the FCC give us more insight into the gadgets that are coming down the pipe than anywhere else. Since all the hardware that hits store shelves packing wireless anything has to come through the FCC on the way to launch, the first pics of the device often come by way of the FCC. Such is the case with the new Huawei MediaPad that has hit the FCC. The tablet will apparently be headed for T-Mobile when it gets the approvals it needs.

Huawei MediaPad official: 7-inch dual-core Android 3.2 tablet

Huawei has taken the wraps off of its MediaPad tablet, the first 7-inch slate to run Android 3.2 Honeycomb. According to Huawei, Android 3.2 basically fettles Honeycomb to suit the 7-inch slate, which also comes with HSPA+ 14.4Mbps connectivity, WiFi b/g/n, an IPS capacitive touchscreen display and HDMI Full HD 1080p output. Inside there's Qualcomm's 1.2GHz dual-core processor - presumably the same chip as inside the HTC Sensation - along with an unspecified amount of RAM, 8GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot. There's also Bluetooth, GPS and twin cameras: 5-megapixels on the back, with autofocus and HD video recording, and 1.3-megapixels upfront, for video calls. At 11.98mm thick and 390g it's reasonably compact, and Huawei reckons the battery is good for up to 6hrs runtime. Facebook, Twitter, Let's Golf and Documents To Go will be preloaded, and Flash Player 10.3 supported. No word on pricing at this stage, and Huawei apparently has no plans for a WiFi-only model. US availability is tipped for Q3 2011. [via Engadget]

Huawei Shows Off MediaPad Dual-Core Tablet in Video

Huawei may not be known for the most exciting devices. What their device,such as their IDEOS S7 Slim, have been known for is making otherwise expensive tablets and phones a bit more affordable (the S7 Slim is a sub-$300 tablet). Huawei's next tablet, the MediaPad, is a dual-core honeycomb device. Our first look at that tablet comes via a sneak peak video Huawei ever so kindly posted for us on youtube today.

Huawei debuts ‘slimmest’ 7-inch phablet at MWC

China-based manufacturer Huawei continues its drive to become one of the world’s leading brands in Android smartphones and tablets with the release of this new 7-inch phablet, the MediaPad X2. This is among the products Huawei is presenting to the public in the ongoing Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona. Let’s see what the new phablet has to offer.

Huawei intros smart wearables at MWC 2015

Huawei is joining the smart wearable industry by unveiling two new wearable devices: the Huawei TalkBand B2 and the Huawei TalkBand N1. The two devices were shown off together with the new Huawei Watch and the MediaPad X2 phablet recently at the MWC 2015 in Barcelona. Actually, this isn't the first time Huawei is venturing into the wearable category but the Chinese manufacturer seems to be serious in joining the bandwagon now by introducing more devices. The new wearables are expected to be the best smart solution to consumers who are looking for wearable devices that can make everyday life simpler yet more convenient.

HP to unveil the 3 new tablets with slightly confusing names

Hewlett-Packard is set to add to an already loaded tablet market with three new products – the HP Slate 10 Plus, the HP Slate 8 Plus, and the HP 10 Plus. The three products already have official images, but have not been officially launched, this according to German tech site Mobilegeeks.de. The devices may be launched within the next few weeks. Let’s take a closer look at how these new tablets stack up.
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