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Huawei Debuts The Thinnest Tablet Yet

On Sunday, at MWC2015

Huawei Debuts The Thinnest Tablet Yet

The Chinese company introduced The MediaPad X2, which is 7.28mm thick and has an all-metallic body, and weighs a mere 239 grams.

On Sunday, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Huawei managed to make a small splash by debuting the world’s slimmest tablet.

The Chinese company introduced The MediaPad X2, which is 7.28mm thick and has an all-metallic body, and weighs a mere 239 grams.

The ultra thin tablet has a 1200x1920 HD IPS screen, which is a 323 pixels per inch, and a 10-point capacitive touchscreen, which extends to far edges of the device, due to equally thin bezels.

It comes with a speedy 2.0GHz Kirin 930 64 bit octa-core CPU, and a ridiculously powerful 5,000 mAh battery, that will guarantee a full day of battery life. Running on Android 5.0 Lollipop and the Huawei Emotion User Interface 3.0, it has speedy responses and excellent images. It is also sporting a 13 megapixel rear camera, coupled with a 5 megapixel front-facing camera, that has a wide angle lense of 22mm, which will help construct a beautiful panorama shot.

The device will come in two versions, one with 2GB of RAM, with an additional 16 GROM in silver, and another with 3GB of RAM, with an additional 32 GROM in gold. Both will offer 4G network support. Currently, the company has not yet released information on price and availability by country.  

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