iPad & Tablets: Huawei MatePad
News & Reviews: Huawei MatePad announce
Dec 17, 2021
Huawei Malaysia has offered many tablets of its own over the few years here, but which one is suitable for you? In this article, we will briefly go through each MatePad tablet and see which one caters to your need. Without further ado, read on below to check them out!
Oct 24, 2020
When it comes to tablets, people would normally think of Apple or Samsung's but both are quite expensive for most people. Well, Huawei Malaysia just recently released the MatePad and it's only RM1399! Price looks good, but is it the one for you?
Huawei MatePad available on 9 September for RM1399 with keyboard and other freebies worth RM500, Huawei MatePad T too, for just RM499!Aug 29, 2020
Huawei previously announced the Huawei MatePad for RM1399 in May 2020, but have just announced that it will now be available on 9 September for RM1399 with a free complimentary keyboard and other freebies worth up to RM500. Tech specs for the MatePad are a mix of midrange and high-end including a Kirin 810 chipset, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and a 10.4-inch full HD display.
In addition, the more entry-level Huawei MatePad T previously announced for RM799 will also be made available on 9 September 2020 for just RM499. This special promo is just for 9 September 2020 mind you, and there’s no mention as to the number of units available for sale for either the MatePad or the MatePad T, so if you're interested best mark your calendars and stay ready.
May 12, 2020
Other than launching its new MateBook X Pro laptop, Huawei also announced that two more tablets will be coming soon. Along with the MatePad Pro that was launched last month, Huawei has made the new MatePad and MatePad T tablets available in Malaysia too. The two tablets will start selling on 16 May 2020 for RM1399 and RM559, respectively.
Nov 07, 2019
It seems that the Huawei MatePad Pro has been approved by 3C in China, and the listing for the aforementioned tablet includes various information such the model and charging speed. Based on the listing, it seems that there will be a WiFi-only variant, as well as a variant that allows it to connect to LTE networks.