Huawei is going to take step big step in the field of tablets by launching new high-end models in the existing MatePad series on June 2. According to the previous info, these new products are MatePad Pro 2 and MatePad 2 powered by HarmonyOS.
Recently, a well-known Weibo tipster – Changan Digital King has come up with a new piece of information regarding the revealing of these upcoming tablets. He discloses that the company has three new tablets to launch in the coming months, which are two models for MatePad Pro 2 and one MatePad 2.
The tipster also reveals that previously leaked two models with the code name Wagner and Marx both are from MatePad Pro 2 series, which will be released on June 2 and the first sale will start on June 10.
Moreover, the major difference in both the MatePad Pro 2 variants will be in core configuration and display size. The MatePad Pro 2 code name Wanger will be the flagship variant with advanced specifications.
While the version with the code name Marx 2 is considered to continue the basic capabilities of the 4G version of the Huawei MatePad. But, it’s not clear that there will be a 4G version this time.
On the other hand, just like May and June, Huawei is not in the mood to leave July alone. Therefore, it has separated a flagship tablet unveiling for the month of July. According to the tipster, the anticipated MatePad 2 will tentatively arrive in July, which will be more premium and costly than the MatePad Pro 2 (Wanger).
Huawei MatePad Pro 2:
Huawei MatePad Pro 2 will comes with two display size variants (12.2 and 12.6-inch), powered by Kirin 9000 processor, pre-packed with HarmonyOS, 120Hz refresh rate, 40W charging, as well as other new smart features.
It will the first device of Huawei that will launch with pre-installed HarmonyOS. Besides this, the MatePad Pro 2 with a code namer WGR-W09 has passed the SIRIM Malaysia certification.
This certification shows that Huawei will soon launch this tablet in the global market also but it’s not confirmed that whether it will be powered by HarmonyOS or not.