Today, the Chinese tech giant Honor has officially announced the unveiling of a new Honor Tablet V7 series featuring handwriting and a handwritten email function jointly created with DingTalk.
According to the official news of Honor, the global handwriting function of the Honor Tablet V7 series has been upgraded again, and the new function of original handwriting mail was jointly created with Dingding.
The Honor Tablet V7 was officially released in September 2021, equipped with a MediaTek Xun Kun 900T tablet processor, which is created using a 6nm process technology and features an A78 big core + A55 tiny core design that supports Bluetooth 5.2 and Wi-Fi 6. The tablet includes a new stylus, Bluetooth keyboard, and a 10.4-inch 2K resolution screen with a refresh rate of 90Hz.
The MediaTek Xun Kun 1300T chip powers the Honor Tablet V7 Pro, which also features an 11-inch IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, a refresh rate of 120Hz, and 6GB+128GB of storage.
The new upgraded Honor Tablet V7 Pro comes with four speakers, DTS:X Ultrasound effects, an optional pressure-sensitive stylus, the MagicUI 5.0 system, and features like multi-screen collaboration, global handwriting, and smart split-screen.
Last year, when the Honor Tablet V7 was unveiled by the Chinese tech giant asserted that the V7 Pro’s panel covers the DCI-P3 color gamut and has official TÜV FullCare 2.0 ratings for user eye safety.
The Tab V7 Pro and Tab V7 are then available for 799 yuan (US$123) and 499 yuan (US$77), respectively. Likewise, their compatible tablet is currently only available in China, with prices starting at 2,599 yuan ($401) for a 6GB RAM/128 GB internal storage base model.
The Wi-Fi only 8GB RAM SKUs with 128GB or 256GB of storage cost 2,799 yuan ($432) and 3,299 yuan ($509), respectively. The top-end 5G-capable model costs 3,699 yuan ($571) and comes with an 8/256 GB combination.