Ultra-thin Huawei tablet gets Bluetooth certification

Ultra-thin Huawei tablet gets Bluetooth certification
The Huawei 7D-501L has been discovered on the Bluetooth SIG site, receiving its certification for the wireless accessory. This is a 7 inch slate that so far has been unannounced by the Chinese manufacturer. The tablet offers a 7 inch screen and is just 7.5mm thin. The Apple iPad Air, as a comparison, is also 7.5mm thin. A Hisilicon processor, with unknown specs, is under the hood.

The Huawei 7D-501L has an aluminum-alloy housing and supports connectivity for Wi-Fi, 3G and 4G LTE networks. The tablet is offered in white-silver. The Bluetooth SIG shows that the slate will be heading to Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America.

We don't have any information on pricing or availability yet, but it seems that Huawei is going to be offering a stylish, ultra-thin tablet fairly soon.

source: BluetoothSIG via GSMInsider



4. Tech_Junkie1996

Posts: 43; Member since: Aug 29, 2013

I hope this has a nice screen resolution, like at last that of the old Nexus. If it has that and a decent clock speed, I'd buy this in a heart beat. Unfortunately, since Huawei is mostly into looks, it'll probably be unbearably weak. Ugh, I hope I'm wrong.

2. DukeX

Posts: 327; Member since: Aug 28, 2013

Wow didn't know the ipad air has a 16x9 screen! Seriously man this looks nothing like an ipad

1. Kishin

Posts: 706; Member since: May 30, 2013

Wow it looks just like the iPad air!!!!

3. Tech_Junkie1996

Posts: 43; Member since: Aug 29, 2013

The only way this looks like an iPad is the fact it's made of aluminum. Other than that, it looks nothing like it.

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