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Hands on: Huawei MediaPad M1

02/26, 2:58am

Large 8-inch display, LTE in mid-range Huawei tablet

Huawei is using Mobile World Congress to demonstrate more than just smartphones, such as the Ascend G6 4G, by also announcing the launch of the MediaPad M1. The eight-inch tablet, which can be used to make phone calls like others in the MediaPad range, is a mid-ranged device that the company hopes will sell thanks to its LTE connectivity. Electronista spent some time with the tablet, and found it to be a little underwhelming.

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Huawei launches MediaPad 7 Vogue tablet with voice calling option

06/24, 1:16pm

Budget-ranged tablet adds voice calls over 3G, Wi-Fi option

Huawei has unveiled a new seven-inch tablet in the MediaPad range with optional voice calling capabilities. The MediaPad 7 Vogue will launch in both Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi with 3G flavors, and while the second offers the ability to make calls, the size of the device may ensure it is an occasionally-used feature rather than a complete smartphone replacement.

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Hands on: Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD tablet

02/26, 1:00pm

Huawei enters 10-inch tablet market

Huawei primarily focused on its flagship Ascend D quad smartphone during the company's media event at Mobile World Congress, however the company also brought along its new MediaPad 10 FHD tablet. The latter device received only a mere mention during the press conference, but Electronista had a chance to try it out following the main event.

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Live: Huawei's MWC 2012 press event

02/26, 9:15am

Huawei kicks off MWC 2012 coverage

Huawei is the first to start a series of introductory events at Mobile World Congress. It's expected to be one of the first with a quad-core smartphone in the Ascend D Quad (formerly D1 Q) as well as a 10-inch tablet, the MediaPad 10. Check Electronista's live coverage page from 9:30AM Eastern for updates as they happen from the Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona.

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Huawei MediaPad 10 photos leak slim frame and iPad-like dock

02/21, 10:25am

Huawei MediaPad 10 uncovered in real photos

Huawei's MediaPad 10 was spoiled a few days ahead of its Mobile World Congress debut on Tuesday after a leak through Russia's Mail.ru. The 10-inch design is at once a refinement and close cousin of the seven-inch version. It keeps a very thin aluminum design and is believed to be lightweight, albeit with a familiar looking dock connector similar to that of the iPad.

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Huawei may add quad-core Ascend D1 Q, MediaPad 10 at MWC

02/13, 6:30pm

Huawei may have high-end phone, tablet in MWC show

Huawei's media event at Mobile World Congress may have already been spoiled early after company chairman Yu Chengdong possibly spoiled it in his Weibo profile. The February 26 Barcelona event would purportedly include the Ascend D1 Q, a presumably quad-core cousin of the Android 4.0-based Ascend P1 S. Its choice of chip wasn't mentioned, but would most likely be NVIDIA's Tegra 3 given the company's own event and other phones coming from Fujitsu and HTC.

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Huawei MediaPad reaches AT&T on February 3

02/02, 4:10pm

MediaPad coming to AT&T business channel tomorrow

Huawei will bring out its seven-inch MediaPad tablet on AT&T's network tomorrow, February 3. Unfortunately, it will only be offered to enterprise users, so a business account is required. Pricing is not being revealed either, with the carrier stating only that prices will vary depending on the business account.

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Huawei dates Android-powered MediaPad for Malaysia

09/20, 4:50pm

MediaPad coming to the US before year's end

Huawei has dated its Android 3.2-powered tablet, the MediaPad, for a first official appearance in Malaysia. The 7-inch device will arrive there by the middle of October, while shoppers in the US, China, Hong Kong and Thailand should expect to get it before year's end. In Singapore, the tablet can already be pre-ordered, priced at the equivalent of about $473.

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Google posts Android 3.2 SDK, sets seven-inch tablet limits

07/15, 7:45pm

Android 3.2 SDK goes live

Google quickly followed up on the launch of Android 3.2 by posting the software development kit. In addition to helping create native apps, it also helps explain the new tablet support. The release is very narrow on its new tablet requirements and explains that it will be focused only on seven-inch tablets with a 1024x600 display in addition to the nine- and ten-inch tablets it saw before.

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Motorola Xoom may get surprise Android 3.2 update soon

07/07, 9:10pm

Motorola Xoom may be first with Android 3.2

Motorola Xoom may be given an unexpected upgrade to Android 3.2 soon based on the comments of a Google staffer at the official Android Open Source Project discussions. When addressing problems with Exchange after Android 3.1, the employee anticipated an update "within days" that would fix the issue for Xoom owners. He didn't say what else would come with the patch.

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