Huawei has launched brand new tablet called Mediapad 7 Vogue. This device is actually a phablet that can be used as a tablet, smartphone and entertainment center. It is a 7-inch portable device having a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and 3G LTE support.
Huawei has just launched today a new Mediapad 7 Vogue model. It features computing, reader and SIM support to provide all in one package of a smartphone, tablet and entertainment center . Phablets are catching spotlight in emerging smartphone and tablet PC market with its self-manufactured K3V2 Cortex-A9 1.2 GHz processor. The new Mediapad 7 Vogue has a 7 inch multi-touchscreen display of 1024x600(IPS). It has 1GB cache memory and 8GB internal storage which can be extended to 32GB using a standard microSD card slot. Being a low cost model, it does not provide rich camera features. It has only 3MP rear and 0.3MP front camera with chat & video calling facility. Its 4,100mAh Li-Polymerbattery is better than low cost models and modest too as compared to mid-range ones. Due to Huawei's power-saving technology, you can play 4 HD movies and can make 20 hours continuous call if it is fully charged.
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Its beautiful aluminum body has been perfectly crafted by uniting all these engineered bits together to form a phablet. It leverages the features of Android 4.1. It has Huawei's popular feature of Emotions UI (version 1.5) that can enhanced user experience and make it more friendly. It ships with pre-loaded YouTube, GPS, Facebook, Office, email and stylish themes from its Emotions UI pack. The MediaPad 7 Vogue’s antenna performance is top-class, exceeding most operator standards in the US and Europe.
Vogue 7 backs all major external connectivity options as Bluetooth, WiFi, mini USB port and air-sharing technology. Its USB port can be used to extend gadget with external keyboard and flash storage device. GSM and LTE supported tablets with medium screen size are latest injection in tablet market to provide both smartphone and computing functions. Samsung has shipped such features in Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy Tab 3 (latest injection in its tablet market). Asus has tapped same roles with Fonepad model to serve both purposes.
Huawei CEO, Richard Yu, could not hold his eagerness to share how happy he is to push its product ahead. This tablet can make and receive calls, computes and also run multi-tasking apps. Its major components are solely designed and prepared in China including processor. It is also a major factor to cut down prices and boost performance to enjoy a full package under one roof. This is opposite to Apple's iPad whose parts are prepared at other places of world and assembled later in USA.
Huawei has released its Mediapad 7 Vogue today in China with two color options i.e. White & Black. You can buy from Chinese retailers in this month. European and American markets may avail it in July. Its price is not disclosed until now.