Huawei might be gushing with the overwhelming response got to its Ascend range recently. The Chinese mobile manufacturer in every possible way wants to retain its third position globally as smartphone vendor , and but what about tablets. So, far the company hasn’t come up with sort of ‘wow’ devices on the table. This could change in the coming days to come. It is said that the makers behind the Huawei Ascend Mate 6.0 , is prepping to announce a new 7-inch tablet.
The Huawei MediaPad 7 Vogue , is set for a debut soon , and likely to be arrive in two different flavors. Reported by@evleaks, the alleged press snapshot has been leaked online. The soon to be announced tablet could be a successor to MediaPad 7 Lite. Few days ago, the same tablet device was spotted on dlna.org : a community working towards better connectivity between devices. As of now, the specs are clearly hints that it is a mid-to-high level Android running tablet. Let’s look at its leaked specifications and features.
Huawei MediaPad 7 Vogue
Huawei is getting a due attention these days because of its acclaimed Ascend series. The tech vendor is surely targeting Apple and Samsung with its so-called jeweled devices. But, honestly, the Chinese firm has failed to ignite tablet market. In its homeland , the company might be doing well, but outside one one known whether Huawei makes tablets or not. Although , the manufacturer has launched slew of 10-inch tablets in the past.
Now, the buzz is that Huawei is soon planning to launch a 7-inch tablet with either ARM Cortex A9 Quad Core 1.2-GHz processor or ARM Cortex A9 Quad Core 1.5-GHz one, a 7-inch display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels ( lower than expected ), DLNA support , Android Jelly Bean 4.1 , and HDMI. It is rather difficult to comment upon its RAM and embedded battery life. Further the listing suggests three sub –models as well. It should be priced lower than Google Nexus 7 , which has better specs when compared to the Huawei MediaPad 7 Vogue.
In the Indian market, Huawei is seen as a brand to be forgotten. The proof is the lack of quality devices made available to consumers. The tablet market in India is flooded with cheap yet feature stuffed devices. Huawei has launched one such tablet known by the name of MediPad 7 Lite. The device costs way above than the competition (@ Rs.13,990). You get a 7-inch display , 1.2-GHz Cortex A8 processor ,Android 4.0 ICS, Wi-Fi, a 3.2-mega pixel rear camera and 0.3-mega pixel front facing camera and expandable storage.