Another product that the company released at today’s conference was the Honor Tablet X8, priced from 1199 yuan ($172).
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The Honor Tablet X8 comes with a thin and light aluminum alloy body. It is as thin as 7.55mm and as light as 460g. Thus, it is ideal for one-hand operations. Moreover, the curved surface arc design fits the curvature of the palm and is comfortable to hold.
On the front, we have a 10.1-inch screen with a screen ratio of up to 80%. The field of view is wider, and due to the sharp screen technology, it can adaptively adjust the dynamic range of the picture so that you can see the dark areas clearly.
In terms of hardware, under the hood, our protagonist hosts the MediaTek Helio G80 chip. The latter consists of 2 A75 cores at a frequency of 2.0GHz, 6 A55 small cores at a frequency of 1.8GHz, and it integrates the Mali-G52 MC2 GPU.
The Honor Tablet X8 boasts 1620 dual large-amplitude speakers with a 2.2cc large sound chamber, which ensures that details can be heard clearly even in noisy environments. The company has also added the HONOR Histen sound effect to make the sound more pleasant.
Also, there is support for smart multi-window and application split screen features. So users can open multiple applications on the same screen and open two task windows at the same time. Due to the e-book mode, you can intelligently adjust contrast, brightness, color temperature, and other parameters.
Lastly, this tablet is available in two color variants of Blue and Mint Green. As for storage versions, you can choose from two. The 4GB+128GB version is priced at 1199 yuan ($172), while the 6+128GB version is priced at 1399 yuan ($200). Generally, this is a low-to-mid-range tablet that has a couple of selling points.