Huawei unveiled the MediaPad 7 Vogue tablet back in June. That model was sporting a 7-inch display and voice calling and as of today Huawei has announced a similar model. This latest is aimed at the younger generation and called the MediaPad 7 Youth. Basically, Huawei seems to be pushing this as the "perfect portable companion for the connected generation to enjoy their independence."
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several times in the past, however as of today this latest sighting comes by way of the Huawei website. The company is touting this tablet as being the perfect combination of phone and tablet, which is basically another way of saying the MediaPad 7 Vogue is a 7-inch tablet that is capable of making voice calls.
Huawei MediaPad 7 Vogue, however this latest bit of information does suggest a release is coming. Basically, as of today we are getting a look at the FCC filing for the tablet. The catch with waiting for and expecting a release -- Huawei has yet to even offer an official announcement for the tablet.
Huawei was showing off the MediaPad 10 Link tablet during CES, and as of today, it looks like the tablet has taken the next step towards a release. Keep in mind though, Huawei has yet to announce when that release will be happening. And as we already know, the FCC filings will never reveal that bit. Based on the filing, the MediaPad 10 Link looks like it will be arriving as a lower-end version of the MediaPad 10 FHD.
Huawei was busy making announcements about upcoming smartphones and tablets, and right now we have the best one of them all. It's called the MediaPad 10 FHD and we've talked about it before. It was originally announced back in February and currently available in China. This full 1080p HD tablet rocks a quad-core and Ice Cream Sandwich. Oh and has a keyboard dock like the Transformer series too.
MediaPad, also known as the T-Mobile Springboard here stateside. While it was the first 7-inch tablet to come with Android 3.2 Honeycomb, it wasn't the first to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich although they've beat most to the upgrade. Huawei has recently released the ICS update for the MediaPad and now it's available for download.
announced today that their 7" Android 3.2 Honeycomb MediaPad tablet is headed for AT&T complete with 4G speeds. It wont be powered by their LTE network but instead will have 3G/4G HSPA+ connectivity. We've seen this tablet plenty in the recent past as the award winning MediaPad and it was launched back in November on T-Mobile as the Springboard tablet. Apparently it will be available starting tomorrow for AT&T customers for a friendly price.
Huaewei MediaPad rocking ICS. This should make that budget tablet much more exciting -- that is for sure.