Huawei Wants to “Make It Possible” at MWC, Teases Two Tablets in Anticipation

The device maker posted its video teaser not so long ago

By on February 20th, 2014 15:47 GMT

Huawei appears to be pretty psyched about making its appearance at MWC 2014, and is counting the days until the event kick-starts.

Three days before the Mobile Congress, the official Huawei Twitter page has posted a teaser image, detailing four devices and two are obviously tablets.

The smaller tablet is probably the 7-inch MediaPad X1, whose first batch of photos appeared today into the wild. The device has been hailed as a future iPad mini-killer and is expected to arrive with an HD display and bundling a HiSilicon 910 Kirin processor. 

This might turn out to be the tablet teased in Huawei’s MWC teaser video, which was said to be compatible with next-gen LTE networks.

The larger slate could be the MediaPad M1 8.0, a product expected to arrive with an average 8-inch WXGA display and drawing life form a quad-core HiSilicon clocked at 1.6GHz. On the positive side of things, the tablet might arrive with a sleek, thin design and bundle a huge battery.

We only have to wait a few days, before we see what Huawei actually unveils.