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Huawei MediaPad joins ranks of officially licensed ICS machines

Huawei MediaPad joins ranks of officially licensed ICS machines

Though we now know that the first ever officially Google licensed Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet is ASUS' Transformer Prime, there's certainly going to be a list of incoming tablets sooner than later with that same certification - Huawei's MediaPad has just been announced to be another of those devices. This tablet has been previously announced, but now it'll be pre-loaded with the new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box. This is the latest version of the MediaPad, then there's also the Color Series which come in shadow black, classic brown, and passion pink.

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Huawei MediaPad tipped by FCC for T-Mobile

Huawei MediaPad tipped by FCC for T-Mobile

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.

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Android 3.2 Honeycomb update in “next few weeks”; Huawei MediaPad tipped for August

Android 3.2 Honeycomb update in “next few weeks”; Huawei MediaPad tipped for August

Huawei's new MediaPad tablet was billed as the world's first Android 3.2 Honeycomb device, though the company neglected to confirm exactly when it - and the updated version of Android - might arrive. According to This is my next's sources, however, the refreshed Honeycomb is expected to hit existing slates like the Motorola XOOM within the "next few weeks" while the MediaPad - and other 7-inch Android 3.2 tablets - should arrive in August.

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Huawei MediaPad brings Android 3.2 on 7-inch 1.2GHz dual-core

Huawei MediaPad brings Android 3.2 on 7-inch 1.2GHz dual-core

Huawei has made its MediaPad tablet official, billing the slate as the world's first 7-inch Android 3.2 Honeycomb model. Built around an IPS capacitive touchscreen, the 10.5mm thick MediaPad runs Qualcomm's 1.2GHz dual-core processor and has twin cameras - a 5-megapixel autofocus unit on the back, supporting HD video recording, along with a 1.3-megapixel webcam up front for video calls - together with HSPA+ 14.4Mbps connectivity and an HDMI port.

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Huawei MediaPad Dual-Core Honeycomb Tablet Gets Sneak Peek

Huawei MediaPad Dual-Core Honeycomb Tablet Gets Sneak Peek

Huawei is becoming known for providing low-cost alternatives to pricey smartphones and tablets. We got a chance to play with Huawei's IDEOS S7 Slim, which was a 7-inch tablet running on Android 2.2 priced below the $300 mark. And now, it looks like they are readying a new dual-core Huawei MediaPad that was codenamed the S7 Pro back at MWC 2011 by unleashing a new teaser video. Watch after the cut.

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Huawei debuts MediaPad X2 with 7in HD screen

Huawei debuts MediaPad X2 with 7in HD screen

Huawei's Mobile World Congress 2015 announcements continue with the debut of the MediaPad X2, with a 7-inch screen placing it squarely in the phablet category. As a follow-up to the original MediaPad, the X2 has slimmed down to 7.28 mm thick, and now features a 64-bit ultra octa-core chipset inside its aluminum casing. Other upgrades across the board, including the camera and screen, should make this a contender in a widening range of Android phablet offerings.

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Huawei to debut new Ascend D1 Q and 10-inch MediaPad at MWC

Huawei to debut new Ascend D1 Q and 10-inch MediaPad at MWC

Huawei is set to rollout new products a Mobile World Congress when the show kicks off. Some of the new products debuting will be in the company's new Diamond line of devices. All the products are expected to run Android 4.0. The new products will include a 10-inch MediaPad tablet, which is a follow-up to the original 7-inch tablet, and the company will also unveil the Ascend D1 Q.

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Huawei starts new tablet line with Honor T1

Huawei starts new tablet line with Honor T1

It's been quite a while since we've seen Huawei put out an Android tablet but the day has finally arrived for a new one. Moving away, temporarily or permanently we don't know, from its existing MediaPad tablet brand, Huawei is bestowing its new tablet with the more familiar Honor mark. The Honor T1 flaunts a unibody design similar to its smarthphone siblings, but its supposed beauty is only skin deep. This tablet comes with an assortment of rather mid-range hardware, but fortunately with an appropriate price tag to match.

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Huawei Ascend D1 quad XL Review

Huawei Ascend D1 quad XL Review

With the Huawei Ascend D1 quad XL, the team brings us what at first appears to be a powerhouse of a smartphone with a giant battery to boot. As it turns out, the processor doesn't take down its competitors in Samsung, Qualcomm, or NVIDIA, but certainly does nice enough to keep up with them in many ways. You're certainly able to play high-powered games, videos play smoothly even at their highest of definitions, and the whole smartphone is easily Huawei's most powerful to date. The lack of uniqueness in the build of the device, on the other hand, should remind you of Huawei's competitors' devices from this past year - it's put us on guard right out of the box, but ends up proving to be far less important than the end product, which is great.

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Huawei Ascend D Quad and D Quad XL get official with custom quad-core processor

Huawei Ascend D Quad and D Quad XL get official with custom quad-core processor

Chinese manufacturer Huawei intends to stake its high-end claim at Mobile World Congress 2012, and they're off to a good start. The previously indicated Diamond line of devices will begin with the Ascend D Quad, featuring Huawei's very own ARM-based quad-core processor, the K3V2. We had expected them to rely on Nvidia's Tegra 3 architecture, but it looks like they're keeping it in the family. The company claims that this bit of 1.5ghz silicon helps it perform 49% faster than conventional devices (making it the "world's fastest smartphone") while improving battery life. Other major specifications include a 4.5-inch 720p touchscreen and Ice Cream Sandwich.

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