MediaPad X1, which managed to cram a 7" display in a body not much bigger than the 6.4" Xperia Z Ultra. We are still calling it phablet, as it has full-blown calling capabilities, despite the display diagonal bordering on the small tablet size.Huawei surprised us very pleasantly last year at the MWC expo, where we had the chance to handle its thin and light phablet, the
It looks like we will see the X1 successor at this year's MWC, named Honor X2 this time, as its slim aluminum unibody just leaked out, though it might be with a smaller display than the 7-incher, judging from the pictures.
We hope that the Honor X2 phablet (or small tablet, depending on how you feel about it) will keep the excellent screen-to-body ratio of its predecessor, though, as Huawei will have stuffed it with pretty good internals, too, the sources revealed.
The X2 will have a 1080p screen, octa-core Kirin 925 chipset, and 3 GB of RAM. The pricing is pegged to start from 1999 yuan, which translates to about $320 - a pretty decent tag for what the phablet would offer to the big-screen-and-fashion-looks crowd.