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

The device maker posted its video teaser not so long ago

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

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. 

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