The event in which Huawei launched Nova 5 series as it’s latest, has also seen pulling covers off its new tablets, a mini speaker and a new age processor.
While the speaker isn’t highlighted much, the two new tablets and the super cool SoC deserves an explanation.
The Latest Developments From Huawei: Nova 5, MediaPad M6 & Kirin 810 Are Just Cool
The tablet series – MediaPad M6 10.8 and MediaPad M6 8.4 are the successors of MediaPad M5. And the processor Kirin 810 is an outperforming SoC currently.
Regarding the tablets, both MediaPad M6 10.8 and M6 8.4 have similar specs in most expect in Display size and battery capabilities. While the M6 10.8 will have a 10.8″ (2560×1600) 2K display, the M6 8.4 have the same with 8.4″ display size.
Both will pack a single rear camera of 13MP and an 8MP front camera with HDR, Autofocus and AI capabilities. The hardware front is processed by Huawei’s high-end chipset, the Kirin 980 SoC along with Mali G76 MP10 GPU. Further, the systems are powered by a 7500mAh battery for M6 10.8 and a 6100mAh battery for M6 8.4.
These both will be coming storage variants of either 4GB/64GB or 4GB/128GB capacities. There’s an option of MicroSD to expand the storage up to 512GB.
Other similarities include WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth 5, USB Type-C, etc.
Price and Availability:
The WiFi-only model 4GB/64GB is for ¥1,999 and 4GB/128GB is for ¥2,399. Whereas the LTE model is priced as 4GB/64GB for ¥2,399 and 4GB/128GB is for ¥2,699.
The WiFi-only model 4GB/64GB is for ¥2,299 and 4GB/128GB is for ¥2,699. Whereas the LTE model is priced as 4GB/64GB for ¥2,699 and 4GB/128GB is for ¥3,599.
With pre-orders starting already, these tablets will be sold from July 10 onwards.
Processor Kirin 810:
This latest development from Huawei has already recorded some fine scores in benchmarks. It’s just the second processor that’s been built on 7nm, next to high-end 980 SoC. The AnTuTu benchmark scores of Kirin 810 have surpassed Snapdragon’s 855 and Kirin 980 SoC in terms of performance and AI levels. And this latest chipset is embedded in Nova Standard 5 only.