The new generation of tablets Huawei MatePad, which has been postponed several times, finally has news. According to credible sources, the Huawei MatePad Pro2 will come in two versions, 12.6 inches, and 10.8 inches, while the Huawei MatePad2 has at least a 12.2-inch version with a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 4G, which should debut in July to accompany the Huawei P50 series.
As we said earlier, Qualcomm is allowed to sell processors to Huawei but is limited to selling 4G SoCs. Huawei’s HarmonyOS is planned to be adapted to the Qualcomm platform and also to other platforms.
The Huawei MatePad 2 with SnapDragon 888 4G is scheduled for launch in July and will be cheaper than the MatePad2 Pro. Today, we had access to the Huawei MatePad2 Pro Geekbench score. The data we have indicates that the MatePad2 Pro will have two versions, both equipped with Kirin 9000 processors, with 8 GB of RAM and running the HarmonyOS 2.0 system.
The most modest version has a single-core score of 908 and a multi-core score of 2987, the highest version has a single-core score of 944 and a multi-core score of 3099. Digital Chat Station also mentioned that two versions of the Huawei MatePad 2 Pro will be equipped with two separate screens, a 12.2-inch TCL Huaxing screen and a screen Samsung 12.6 inches, both support high refresh rate, the charger power is 40W.
The main interface of the Huawei MatePad 2 Pro looks like a Mac-like double Dock bar design, similar to PC devices. The new product maintains the design of the previous generation, using a full-screen layout, and relatively narrow screen frame.