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After 3C certification, which is a mandatory process in china, Huawei is preparing to launch its next flagship tablet device. Though no official name has been announced by the tech giant, the tablet is currently being referred to as the MatePad Pro 2. It is speculated to be the successor to the company’s previous MatePad.
According to info provided by mysmartprice shows that the 3C certification of the tablet is registered under model number WGR-AN19. The listing further revealed that the MatePad Pro 2 will support 5G connectivity and 40W fast charging.
Aside this information, the 3C certification did not reveal any more important specifications. However, a post on the Chinese social media website Weibo by a tipster ‘Digital Chat Station’ suggested the tablet will be powered by Huawei’s own Kirin 9000 chipset.
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The tipster also mentioned that the new tablet will be launched with two display options. One of which is a 12.2-inch OLED display, and the other a 12.6-inch display with 120Hz refresh rate. However, this information has not yet been confirmed.
The first version of the Huawei MatePad Pro was a powerful piece of tech with its lightweight design and fast processing power. With its major setback being the lack of headphone jack. Although, we hope this issue is addressed in the MatePad Pro 2.
Due to Huawei being on the US’s non-entity list, this may harm the company due to its limited access to Google Mobile Services and software from other western developers.
As a result of these limitations, the Huawei MatePad Pro 2 is not guaranteed to be available outside of china. However, the company may choose to make the tablet available in other regions as they have been doing over the years.