Huawei’s Latest Tablet Features 90 Per cent Screen to Body Ratio

  • Huawei informed that it is retailing this tablet in WiFi ad LTE variants
  • It is powered by Huawei’s 7nm Kirin 990 flagship chipset

Huawei has introduced its latest tablet MatePad Pro. Sporting a 90 per cent screen to body ratio, the company informed that this tablet features the world’s highest tablet screen-to-body ratio.

“More than just an aesthetic masterpiece or a mobile cinema, the Huawei MatePad Pro represents how we at Huawei rethink creativity and mobile productivity. It is an enabler for consumers to express their boundless creativity, and is the perfect device for anyone who is looking for a smarter way to turn ideas into reality,” stated Wang Yinfeng, president of PC and Tablet Product Line, Huawei CBG.

WiFi and LTE models

The company has introduced its latest tablet in WiFi and LTE variants. The 8GB+256GB WiFi model is priced at 649 Euros (Approx Rs 53,021) and the 8GB+256GB LTE model is priced at 699 Euros (Approx Rs 57,106). Huawei has also introduced 6GB+128GB variants of the same.

“Running EMUI10, the HUAWEI MatePad Pro supports multi-window, multi-screen collaboration and Huawei App Multiplier. It also supports the Huawei M-Pencil and smart magnetic keyboard, thus driving synergy with PC Mode and new WPS features for maximum productivity. The entertainment experience is made richer with a suite of hardware upgrades, packing immersive audio and display capabilities in a stylish form factor. Additionally, the Huawei MatePad Pro series is also the world’s first tablet to support wireless charging and reverse wireless charging,” read Huawei’s official statement.

World’s highest tablet screen-to-body ratio

The Huawei MatePad Pro features the world’s highest tablet screen-to-body ratio, at 90 per cent, with ultra-narrow 4.9mm bezels surrounding the 10.8-inch (27.5 cm) 16:10 display. The company has equipped it with its flagship Kirin 990 chipset.

“With a base clock of up to 2.86GHz, the CPU inside adopts an innovative triple-tiered architecture comprising two big cores, two mid cores and four tiny cores. The 16-core Mali-G76 GPU greatly improves performance and battery life for a smooth gaming and entertainment experience,” read Huawei’s official statement.

It continued, “With Huawei’s proprietary dual-core Da Vinci NPU architecture, AI computing capabilities are optimised by balancing load between the big and tiny cores. Equipped with up to 8GB LPDDR4X dual-channel RAM, the Huawei MatePad Pro also launches apps at blazing fast speeds. All this performance is supported by a 12-layer cooling system that synergises with AI for heat management, allowing the tablet to remain cool even when demands are high.”

It also features a 7250mAh battery that supports 40W Huawei supercharge.