Update 21/10/2019 Huawei media pad m7 Real-life images spotted online. And we’re happy to say that the punch hole here is tiny and won’t bother anyone, also you now get the idea of how slim the bezels are on the Huawei Media Pad m7 and oh boy they appear to be super slim here in this picture below.
Update 2: 2/11/19
The New upcoming Matepad Pro mediapad m7 will be available in these colors. All of them seem to have a matte finish in the rear and thin bezels as confirmed earlier.
Starting off with the most important detail of Huawei’s upcoming media pad M7 is a punch-hole display that we have seen on many Motorola and other android phones launched this year for the selfie camera. The punch hole here is noticeably smaller than most smartphones and what this means is a completely bezel-less panel on the front like the new generation iPad. The fingerprint scanner is also eliminated from here and most probably will be mounted on the sides of the device.
And oh boy those bezels are damn thin and literally hands over the entire display to you. As you can see the punch hole is located on the top-right corner of that massive 10.8-inch OLED display panel.
Now let’s talk about Specs for the Huawei Mediapad m7 which will be sporting Huawei’s top tier silicon, the Kirin 990 processor (a 5G enabled SoC manufactured on 7nm process which is super efficient on battery) coupled with 8GB of RAM and 256 GB opf internal storage and we also hope that this come with an SD-card slot for further expansion of memory, as this is will be one hell of a media consumption devices.
Other major features we have here as per these new renders are the inclusion of an M-Stylus and a magnetic keyboard similar to what we have seen on the iPad and the newly launched surface tab. The MediaPad M7 Stylus Pen will be stored within the body of the MediaPad M7 just like what we have seen on Samsung’s Galaxy Note series since it’s inception back in 2012 or you the M7 Stylus Pen of the Mediapad can also be magnetically attached to the sides of the device and even charge magnetically as seen in the images above. Also, fortunately, this one keeps the 3.5mm headphone jack which is rare nowadays plus this has USB-Type C as well as it’s main port.
On the rear, you can see a Dual camera setup for the MediaPad m7 and yes there’s a camera hump, which might be annoying if you’re typing on it while it lays on a flat surface making it wabble every time you type. However, we’re sure that this will feature some great sets of Cameras with some high-quality Leica lenses like they have on their android smartphones.
So, let’s see how this holds up’s against the surface and iPad line which are currently the more dominant player in the tablet market, plus it also has to face stiff competition from Samsung’s Galaxy tabs. Affordable pricing at around $400 to $600 might help it gain some traction against the South-Korean and Cupertino giants. The device is set to launch this November.