While Huawei has been focusing its marketing efforts on the tablet side of thing on the flagshipMatePad Proand its5G counterpartit seems we might be in for a more compact budget-friendly option soon dubbed MatePad T.
A render for the 8-inch tablet was shared byEvan Blassaka@evleaksgiving us our first look at the upcoming slate. There are no details on the specs though so we can only distinguish the physical aspects of the device which include an 8-inch display with noticeable bezels and a single camera around the back. The right-hand side of the tablet features the power and volume keys.
The Huawei MatePad T also bagged certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance with six different model numbers with the most recent one being from April 8. The listings reveal