Pictures of Huawei’s upcoming 10-inch tablet surfaces

During Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona, Spain, Huawei will be unveiling at least two devices: a smartphone and a tablet. Pictures of the Huawei Ascend D1 Q smartphone surfaced last yesterday, letting the world get a glimpse of what Huawei has planned for MWC.

Today, we have some images of Huawei’s upcoming 10-inch tablet. Although a name isn’t available, we believe that this 10-inch tablet will also called a MediaPad, possibly the MediaPad 10. Russian tech site hi-tech.mail.ru has obtained some pictures of Huawei’s upcoming 10-inch tablet.

The pictures show off the tablet’s metal exterior. According to the site, the tablet is is lightweight, runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and could come equipped with 3G support and a microSD slot. In the back, it features an 8-megapixel camera with flash. The base of the tablet also appears to contain some sort of dock connectors.

No pricing information is available at the moment. We expect to hear more about this tablet and the Ascend D1 Q phone at Mobile World Congress.

Huawei is currently in the process of transforming its image when it comes to Android devices. The electronics maker is going from a low-budget, entry-level Android OEM to one that produces high-quality, high-end Android devices. At CES 2012, they showed off their dual-core Ascend P1 and super-slim Ascend P1 S phones.

Source: Hi-Tech.Mail.Ru | via The Verge

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