Huawei's next high-end MediaPad tablet just leaked3
Overall, the new tablet doesn’t differ too much from its predecessor – slim side bezels and a thicker one above can be seen – but Huawei does appear to have reduced the size of the chin slightly. In addition to this, the physical home button has been removed and, in its place, sits the company’s logo. Like last year, Huawei’s next flagship tablet should be available to purchase in two versions. The smaller one is expected to offer an 8.4-inch display paired with a 4,500mAh battery while the larger alternative will default to a big 10.7-inch panel and a 7,500mAh cell.
Regarding internals, the expectation is that Huawei will replace the Kirin 960 found inside the MediaPad M5 models with the Kirin 970, a chip that powers last year's Huawei P20 Pro. Storage configurations haven’t yet been revealed, but a minimum of 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage is to be expected. It wouldn’t, however, be surprising to see Huawei skip this option entirely in favor of 6/128GB models.
There’s no release date or pricing information at the moment, but the tablets have already been certified in a few markets suggesting a launch could be just around the corner.