Huawei mediapad x2 16gb

Huawei MediaPad X1

Tablet with support for GSM voice communication, SMS, and MMS. Also known as: Huawei MediaPad X1 7.0

Huawei Honor X1 7D-501u with Wi-Fi & 3G connectivity

Announced 2014, February
Status Available. Released 2014, April
Dimensions 183.5 x 103.9 x 7.2 mm (7.22 x 4.09 x 0.28 in)
Weight 239 g (8.43 oz)
Type LTPS IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 7.0 inches, 142.1 cm2 (~74.5% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 1200 x 1920 pixels, 16:10 ratio (~323 ppi density)
OS Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean), upgradable to 4.4.2 (KitKat); EMUI 2
Chipset HiSilicon Kirin 910 (28 nm)
CPU Quad-core 1.6 GHz Cortex-A9
GPU Mali-450MP4
Main Camera
Single 13 MP, AF
Features LED flash
Video [email protected]
Selfie camera
Single 5 MP
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, hotspot (3G)Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band, hotspot (LTE)
Bluetooth 4.0, A2DP, EDR
Radio No
USB microUSB 2.0
Sensors Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
  Non-removable Li-Po 5000 mAh battery
Charging Power Bank/Reverse charging
Colors Snow White, Diamond Black
Models 7D-501u, MediaPad X1 7.0
Price About 350 EUR

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Huawei MediaPad X2 hands-on and first impressions

Huawei has been stepping up their game recently, especially with regards to design and build quality, as well as providing an overall great experience. Huawei may not have brought any flagship devices to MWC 2015, but that doesn’t mean that they are empty-handed. Apart from the beautifully-designed Huawei Watch, also launched the successor to their 7-inch phablet that debuted at last year’s MWC, the MediaPad X1. We go to spend some time with this device, and here’s a quick look at the Huawei Mediapad X2!

The Mediapad X2 maintains the form factor of the original, with its 7-inch display, but in a more compact iteration. Borrowing from the design cues of the Ascend Mate 7, the Mediapad X2 also comes with an 80% screen to body ratio, making it a lot smaller than you would expect. The aluminum design gives this device an elegant, premium look and great feel in the hand. It is also surprisingly thin for a device of this size, at just 7.3 mm thick, contributing to the handling experience. Going around the device, the power button and volume rocker are placed on the right, below the dual SIM card and MicroSD card slots, with the headphone jack and microUSB port found at the top and bottom respectively.

Huawei describes the Mediapad X2 as a phablet, courtesy of its voice calling capabilities, but it is definitely too large to fall even into that category. You can hold on to the device with one hand though, but its not going to be very comfortable, or possibly even fit, in your jean pocket. That said, Huawei’s focus on great design and build quality shines through once again with the Mediapad X2, and it is a wonderful device, regardless of whether you choose to use this as a phone or tablet, or both.

The Mediapad X2 comes with a laminated IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200, resulting in a pixel density of 323 ppi, which promises fantastic viewing angles up to 178 degrees. In the short time we got to spend with it, the color reproduction looks accurate and brightness isn’t an issue, helped by CABC technology (content adaptive LCD brightness control) that automatically adjusts the brightness for a better viewing experience, as well as more efficient battery management.

Huawei is certainly not skimping out on the hardware side of things, with the Mediapad X2 packing a A 64-Bit, 2.0GHz Kirin 930 Octa-Core CPU, backed by a 64-bit GPU Mali-T628, as well as 2 GB or 3 GB of RAM depending on which version you choose. Internal storage of 16 GB or 32 GB is available, that also determines how much RAM you get, which is further expandable up to 128 GB via microSD card.

The Kirin 930 chipset supports LTE Cat6 connectivity with a theoretical download speed of up to 300Mbps, aside from the full suite of general connectivity options that are available. The X2 also comes with Dual-SIM support. On the audio front, there is just a single speaker at the bottom right, but it comes with DTS surround sound technology for an immersive sound experience.

And finally, we come to another highlight of any Huawei device in recent times, and that is the battery. The large size of the X2 allowed Huawei to pack the device with a 5,000 mAh battery, which should provide great longevity in any circumstance, but there are built-in power saving features available as well to get a little extra battery life.

The MediaPad X2 comes with a 13 MP rear camera that Huawei claims to be very good in low-light shooting. The camera features a post-shooting focus adjustment metering mode, focus and exposure metering, and off-screen snapping functionality as well. The 5 MP front-facing camera has an aperture of f 2.4 and a wide angle of 22 mm, which is ideal for selfie lovers. Standard features like beauty and panorama can be found, but more unique features like timelapse will allow for an even more enjoyable smartphone camera experience.

The software has been updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop, with Huawei’s Emotion UI on top. The interface is largely identical to what was found on the Ascend Mate 7, and there isn’t a lot of Lollipop influence in this particular software package. What you will find though is a very bright and colorful interface that provides just enough features and customizations to keep it interesting.

So there you have it – a quick look at the Huawei Mediapad X2! This is shaping up to be another solid device offering from Huawei, and while its large size may be a turn off for some, it is ideal for those in the market for a single device solution to address both their smartphone and tablet needs.

Stay tuned with Android Authority as we continue to bring you more from Huawei, along with all the other great coverage from MWC 2015!

Huawei MediaPad T2 10.0 Pro

Technology GSM / CDMA / HSPA / LTE
2G bands GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
  CDMA 800 - FDR-A03L
3G bands HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
4G bands LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 7(2600), 8(900), 20(800), 28(700), 38(2600), 40(2300) - FDR-A01L
  LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 7(2600), 38(2600), 39(1900), 40(2300), 41(2500) - FDR-A03L
Speed HSPA 21.1/5.76 Mbps, LTE Cat4 150/50 Mbps
Announced 2016, August
Status Available. Released 2016, September
Dimensions 259.1 x 156.4 x 8.5 mm (10.20 x 6.16 x 0.33 in)
Weight 495 g (1.09 lb)
Type IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 10.0 inches, 290.0 cm2 (~71.6% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 1200 x 1920 pixels, 16:10 ratio (~226 ppi density)
OS Android 5.1 (Lollipop); EMUI 3.1
Chipset Qualcomm MSM8939 Snapdragon 615 (28 nm)
CPU Octa-core (4x1.2 GHz Cortex-A53 & 4x1.5 GHz Cortex-A53)
GPU Adreno 405
Card slot microSD, up to 256 GB
Internal 16GB 2GB RAM; 16GB 3GB RAM, 32GB 3GB RAM (A03L)
Selfie camera
Single 2 MP
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Bluetooth 4.1, A2DP, LE
GPS Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS/ BDS (region dependent)
Radio FM radio
USB microUSB 2.0
Sensors Accelerometer
  Non-removable Li-Ion 6660 mAh battery
Colors Pearl White, Charcoal Black
Models FDR-A01L, FDR-A03L, FDR-A04L
Price About 240 EUR

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Huawei MediaPad X2 Review

Big phones are big business, there’s just no denying the kind of momentum swing we’ve seen in the phablet segment over the last few years. The trends seemingly show that consumers want bigger and bigger phones, evident by the popularity of phablets like the Apple iPhone 6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and Google Nexus 6 to name a few.

However, many people are also more comfortable than ever before using a tablet as a daily driver, but the one aspect that's often lacking in such devices is phone functionality. That’s where the Huawei MediaPad X2 comes to mind as being the ultimate solution, as it brings the full smartphone experience in a tablet size. Phablets are highly regarded as the bridge devices, appeasing both segments as best as they can. Nevertheless, it’ll be interesting to see whether or not the even larger MediaPad X2 can prove to be effective enough to be a daily driver.

The package contains:
  • Huawei MediaPad X2
  • microUSB cable
  • Wall charger
Officially announced over Mobile World Congress 2015, the Huawei MediaPad X2 boasts a design that’s identical to its predecessor – one that’s premium in nature, thanks to it employing a sleek metal body. For a 7-inch device, we’ve got to admit that they’ve trimmed off a lot to make it pretty compact, but interaction is best achieved with two-handed operation. That’s because there’s just so much real-estate for our thumb to cover with the screen! Sporting uniformly flush surfaces, there are no distracting qualities about the aesthetics here. On top of that, the added weight undoubtedly provides a more substantial quality to the MediaPad X2.Out of everything, it’s the sheer size of the Huawei MediaPad X2 that’s so astonishing, especially to strangers who happen to glance at it briefly when using it for phone calls. Most of the time, people are instantly galvanized to find out that there’s phone functionality in a tablet size. If you want a conversation starter, the MediaPad X2 will surely be it!Placing the volume controls and power button on the right edge makes sense, as they’re in spots that make them readily accessible. At the same time, too, it’s nice to see that Huawei allows for expandable storage with the unit’s microSD card slot. Other common staples around its sides include the 3.5mm headphone jack, microUSB 2.0 port, microphone, dual SIM slots, and noise cancelling mic. The earpiece above the display ensures that it’s more phone than tablet. Accompanied with 7-inch 1920 x 1200 IPS LCD screen, a typical size for a tablet, but obnoxiously gigantic for a smartphone, it comes out to a pixel density of 323 ppi – giving it sufficient detail. Beyond that, though, its true qualities begin to manifest and then crumble. While the screen has a nice look from a 90-degree angle, there’s noticeable distortion when it’s tilted, causing the display to exhibit a washed out look.By just looking at the display, it’s instantly noticeable that there’s a subdued appearance, made more profound with its somewhat cold 7277K color temperature. It’s undeniable that it’s not the most accurate by looking at the sRGB spectrum chart below, as it misses most of the target values for each gradient. However, the 524 nit luminance is potent enough to make it visible in direct sunlight.Yes, the 7-inch screen is mighty generous, but as much as it’s a head turner, it makes it impossible to operate using one hand. Stretching our thumb barely encompasses most of the real estate, so it’s more logical to use two hands for this.

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