Multiple reports in the past few weeks have suggested that Huawei is working on a new tablet called the MatePad Pro. The Chinese tech giant hasn’t yet officially announced anything about the slate yet. However, ahead of the launch, the MatePad Pro’s purported press renders were leaked on the interwebs, which revealed a few details regarding its design and features. Now, the purported MatePad Pro tablet has been certified by the Chinese telecommunication commission agency TENAA. In addition, the device has also received certification from another Chinese regulator, China Compulsory Certification or 3C.
Talking about the TENAA certification first, the listing suggests that the Huawei MatePad Pro tablet will come in two connectivity variants. The Wi-Fi model has been certified under the model numbers MRX-W09 and MRX-W19, while the 4G LTE variant has received certification with the model numbers MRX-AL09 and MRX-AL19. Unfortunately, the listing on TENAA hasn’t revealed anything about the specifications of the Huawei MatePad Pro at the moment. As for the 3C certification, it has indicated that the tablet will come with 40W Huawei SuperCharge fast charging technology, just like the Mate 30 series phones.
As per the earlier leaked renders, the Huawei MatePad Pro will be the world’s first tablet with a hole in the screen, which will be home to the front camera. The photos suggest that the slate will feature highly narrow bezels all around the screen, and a dual primary camera module at the rear with an LED flash unit. The tablet is tipped to be available in multiple colour variants like – Green, Orange, White, and Blue.
Some reports indicate that the Huawei MatePad Pro will be a flagship-grade Android tablet. The device is said to come with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels, but there’s no word on its screen size. The slate is tipped to be powered by the Kirin 990 flagship chipset, which will be accompanied by 8GB of RAM. Lastly, the rumour mill suggests that the slate will come with a magnetic pogo pin connector to let you attach a keyboard to it. As of now, there’s no word regarding the launch date of the tablet.