The Huawei MediaPad 10 Link recently made its way through the FCC and judging by the photos, they weren’t exactly kind to it.
The latest Huawei branded tablet has been discovered with the WiFi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG. The tablet, which is dubbed the MediaPad 10 Link looks like it will have an HD display and details suggest that it will be available in three models.
Not having an easily pronounced name as a brand may not have helped Huawei gain a better market share. But the China-based manufacturer makes up for it by offering a reasonably-priced (read: cheap) Android line of devices with top notch specs, at least as of late. The MediaPad 10 FHD was teased on video back in July, and, since then, it has gotten FCC’s approval. The only piece of the puzzle missing is the quad-core tablet’s global release date. Check out the details inside.
Huawei is at it again at the IFA in Berlin, where no less than six new Android gadgets are on the Chinese-based OEM’s display. “New” is a relative term here however, as we’ve seen a couple of these phones and tabs before.
Hoping to elevate the brand to new heights, Huawei has steadily upped its game this year by cranking up the specs on its upcoming phones and tablets. The Chinese manufacturer is also taking a leaf out of Samsung’s playbook as it moves towards developing its own SoC, the result of which can be seen in the MediaPad 10 FHD tablet. Thanks to a recent FCC filing, we now know that a US entrance may not be too far behind.
Huawei is becoming an increasingly familiar name for Western consumers (or is it just tech bloggers?), although not everyone knows how to pronounce it correctly. Devices like the Ascend D Quad (once known as the fastest smartphone in the word) and the very slim Ascend P1 show that Huawei means business about entering the high-end market segment. Huawei has also announced a very promising tablet, the MediaPad 10 FHD, which has recently been slated for an August release. The 10-inch device is pretty sleek and its innards are equally attractive – that quad-core K3V2 clocked at 1.5 GHz should give…