The OLED display design, Kirin 9000 series SoC, huge battery life, and HarmonyOS are the bright spots of this tablet, making it a next-generation tablet.
Furthermore, the advanced distributed capabilities of HarmonyOS offer smart and convenient interaction between different devices. We can’t deny that cross-platform collaboration among tablets, smartphones, laptops, and other IoT devices opens a doorway of limitless creativity.
The Senior Technical Director at Huawei Technologies, He Gang already stated that the Huawei MatePad Pro with the power of HarmonyOS will push the limits of tablet application outlines.
HarmonyOS with new generation technologies providing a one-stop solution for all kinds of devices. The different terminals started to stretch their limits and becoming multitask processing devices.
Doesn’t matter we are talking about multi-screen collaboration with PC, cross-device drag-and-drop sharing, updated file manager, and universal card, we have seen the most improved capabilities of HarmonyOS in MatePad Pro.
The Huawei MatePad Pro suits every kind of work related to office, personal, educational, art, and so on encouraging us to explore its boundaries.
To date, Huawei has launched a range of different tablets such as the Huawei MatePad lineup, MediaPad series, M-Series tablets, T-Series models, and more along with the 5G variants.
All the models from the Huawei tablet collection are best known for their multi-window, parallel vision, multi-screen collaboration, and other Huawei exclusive technologies.
Besides, the 2020 China Tablet Shipment Report shared by IDC also disclosed that Huawei obtained the second most shared of 35.1% in terms of tablet shipments after Apple with 39.8%. Both firms hold 75% of the total market share in Mainland.
After the launch of the Huawei MatePad Pro, this shipment race has been doubled by now. Finally, Huawei overcomes the shadow of Android and working to establishes its own empire of the HarmonyOS platform.
At present, Apple’s iPad is reading the tablet market with its iPadOS interface but soon it’ll share its dominance with Huawei HarmonyOS. And, without Huawei, the Android tablet market can collapse anytime.