If you are a fan of the T-Mobile Network and you have, your sights set on a new tablet with a low price you want to keep your eyes on the Huawei MediaPad. This little tablet has turned up on the FCC website and is headed to T-Mo. The tablet has some nice features, but the best feature may be the price said to be $200 on contract.
The tablet uses HSPA+ and 3G connectivity getting you on the faux 4G network. The processor is a 1.2GHz unit and that tablet rocks a 7-inch display. The screen resolution is 1280 x 800 and it has dual cameras of unknown quality and HDMI output. The operating system is Android 3.2 Honeycomb. This sounds like a solid smaller screen tablet offering for those that like media on the go.
The normal price for the tablet is said to be $500, making it overpriced for today's market off contract. The Kindle Fire tablet will sell for the same $200 with no contract but lacks 3G connectivity. The launch date for the MediaPad is unknown, but it should be soon.
[via Android Community]