All new Media Pad M3 model from Huawei was presented in 2016 IFA and represents the company’s crowning glory as far as Android tablets go. It bears a unique 8. 4-inch screen with a high resolution of 2560×1600 pixels. It is powered with a Kirin 950 processor with 4 GB of RAM. Safe-keeping is at 32 GIG. Curiously, both its rear and front camera has 8 mp camera.
At the other end of the spectrum lie the Media-Pad T1 7.0 and 10.0, both putting the same low-end specifications, differing only size and screen resolution, 6 inches with resolution of 1024×600, 6 inch 1280×800 resolution, respectively. Tablets are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 and only have 1GB of RAM each, with 8 GB of internal memory. Predictably, they run Android 4. 4 out-dated version.
These kinds of tablets will be available to buy in the US and come with entire warranties, which could assuage interested buyers. The Media-Pad M3 will go for USD 299, even though the Media-Pad T1 7.0 and 12.0 cost USD 99 and USD 159, respectively.
What is rather strange is the Media-Pad M2 that is still scheduled to appear the following month. Because you might have expected from the name, it is older than the Media-Pad M3. The 12.1 inch tablet only has a resolution of 1920×1200 and an older Kirin 930 powered processor. You will also find only 2 GB of RAM inside, with of 16 GB of Internal memory for users. The price is USD 349 but in this price you will get only 5.1 android versions which is also an older version.