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Huawei could launch new MatePad Paper ink tablet on Mate 50 series event



Huawei new MatePad Paper Ink

Huawei is going to bring a huge bag of new products to the Mate 50 series launch event and seems like a new MatePad Paper Ink tablet is also making room to fit itself in this bag. Yes, the latest reports suggest that the company might bring a dynamic tablet device alongside the prominent Mate 50 models for its users.

In March this year, Huawei introduced the Paper Ink tablet in the MatePad lineup for its Chinese consumers. Looks like, now it’s time for global users to obtain a new sleek-looking tablet in their hands with a seamless experience.

According to the information, a new Huawei device has just entered the network access certification. And this product might appear as the renewed model of the MatePad Paper Ink tablet. Consequently, the device bears HMW-W59 as the model number.

You might be wondering what is the surety that this device could be the new MatePad Paper Ink tablet. Well, the reference point goes to the previous Paper-Ink tablet that carries an identical model number – HMW-W09.

Hence, we can assume that this device might step onto the consumer platform as a new member of the MatePad Paper-Ink family. Additionally, the information reveals that the new huge screen device supports 5.0GHz /2.4GHz wireless network connection and Bluetooth connection.

Huawei new MatePad Paper Ink

Huawei MatePad Paper-Ink Tablet

The Chinese edition of the MatePad Paper-Ink tablet sports a display panel of 10.3-inch with 1870 x 1404 pixels resolution. Besides, it bears a non-removable battery with a capacity of 3625mAh. This battery supports 10V/2.25A quick charging.

To enhance the functioning power, the device equips a Kirin 820E processor. You can attain the tablet in two memory variants – 4GB + 64GB, and 6GB + 128GB. At that time, the device was carrying a price tag of 2999 yuan [434.65 USD].

Currently, things aren’t running on the accurate track. But if the information is correct, then we will capture a new tablet device in the Mate 50 series launch event.


Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.