The Chinese multi-tech firm Huawei has unassumingly introduced a new wavering tablet designated as MatePad SE 10.4 in the global market. Huawei hasn’t heard of the glee club yet, since its choir in the camp was not raising a thunder recently, even though it has a lot to adduce the situation.
Let’s come to the point of the new device; the company unveiled the specifications of the device but was not overwhelmed to undisclosed its price and availability – the tablet sports a huge screen, a Snapdragon 6-series processor, HarmonyOS, and a gigantic battery. Let’s have a detailed look at the machine.
Huawei MatePad SE 10.4 Specifications
The Huawei MatePad SE 10.4 features 10.4-inch IPS LCD that emits a resolution of 2,000 x 1,200 pixels and a 15:9 aspect ratio. We are pondering how it could be possible to name a device after its screen size, possibly may not a fortuitous one to get off the train. The device receives into rough situations with the latest HarmonyOS 3 and relies on face recognition for security.
The tablet measures 246.94 x 156.7 x 7.85mm and weighs around 440 grams. The Snapdragon 680 chipset is currently the skipper of the Huawei MatePad SE 10.4. The tablet arrives in two versions 3 GB / 4 GB of RAM. In terms of storage, the tablet offers options like 32 GB / 64 GB / 128 GB, and a microSD card slot.
On the battery front, the device is crammed with a moderate 5,100mAh that draws power from a 10W charging. When it comes camera segment, none of the tablets pleased to travel along the edges of the crag. The machine sports a 2-megapixel rear camera, and at the back cover, the phone is mounted a 5-megapixel. The MatePad SE 10.4 drops off in Wi-Fi only and LTE variants. The tablet is available only in the Graphite Black color option.