Until recently, Huawei has had no equals in the Chinese smartphone market. Moreover, it’s been the second brand after Samsung. Strongly possible that this was the reason why the US government decided to knock out Huawei from the game. As a result, the Chinese company stopped making smartphones and other consumer products related to this niche. But it’s not dead. Today, we learned that the company’s upcoming tablet with a model name GOT-W09 appeared on the Chinese certification website. If nothing accidental happens, we are dealing with the 2022 MatePad Pro 10.8 tablet device.
Last year, Huawei released the 2021 MatePad Pro 10.8-inch. It came with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 mobile platform. Apart from this, there was a 10.8-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 2560 × 1600, a pixel density of 280 PPI, and a battery capacity of 7250mAh, supporting up to 22.5W Huawei Super-fast charging, supports 27W wireless fast charging, and 10W wireless reverse charging. Lastly, this tablet boasts four built-in Harman Kardon speakers.
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As for the forthcoming Huawei tablet, the MatePad Pro10.8 will support a power output of up to 10V/4A, which is SCP super-fast charging with a power of 40W. Thus, this will be the first time in Huawei’s 10.8-inch tablet series to support 40W wired fast charging. In addition, the new tablet is expected to inherit the 27W wireless fast charging and 10W wireless reverse charging functions of the previous generation.
In terms of core configuration, there is nothing official yet. But we guess that the new tablet will use a new Snapdragon processor. Apart from this, our protagonist will run on the HarmonyOS 3.0 operating system out of the box. Also, the memory capacity is believed to be at least 8GB.
Well, when looking at Huawei’s previous product strategy, there will also be a 12.6-inch OLED version of the tablet. Compared with the MatePad Pro 10.8, the battery capacity will reach 10,050mAh, and the rear camera will be upgraded from a single camera to a triple camera.