Huawei officially unveiled a new tablet with 3G support. Meet the Huawei Honor Tablet with slick design and appearance. The new slate is only 7.9mm thick. The weight of the model is 360 grams. The panel of the Honor Tablet is made from metal alloy which gives it more premium feel and look.
The tablet is packed with a 8-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 800 x 1280p. Huawei Honor Tablet works with a quad-core CPU set at Snapdragon 200 MSM8212 chip. It is coupled with 1GB RAM. The native memory in the slate is 16GB. The model supports microSD cards. The new addition of Huawei is powered by Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS. The company customized it with its authentic user interface Emotion 1.6. The primary camera of Huawei Honor Tablet is a rare sensor with a resolution of 5MP. It can record video with a resolution of 1080p. On the front panel lies a VGA camera purposed for video calls.
The connectivity capabilities of the slate include support for GPS, 3G HSPA+ with speeds up to 42Mbps. The newly released slate arrives with a large battery with 4800mAh capacity. Huawei is releasing the Honor Tablet with 8-inch display in Malaysia. The pre-orders for the model begin on 29th of September in the retailer Vmall.my. It costs RM. 599 (equal to $184) off-contract. The new mid-ranged tablet is joining the already flooded market of 3G-enabled slates in Asia. It seems that customers in this part of the world prefer slates with HSPA capabilities and support making phone calls and text-messaging. The Honor Tablet has everything a users needs in their day. Huawei is launching the tablet in a white shell. The company has not shared whether it is planning to release the new device worldwide but the chances for international launching are very slim.