Chinese tech giant Huawei on July 6 unveiled the Huawei MatePad 11 tablet powered by HarmonyOS 2.
Available in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB configurations and priced at RMB 2,499 ($386), RMB 2,799 and RMB 3,299 respectively, the MatePad 11 is already available for pre-order and will go on sale at 00:00 on July 15.
The MatePad 11 runs HarmonyOS, and the collaboration and operational logic are consistent with previous releases.
HarmonyOS on the tablet has a similar overall operating logic to that of a PC, and can be connected to a mouse to act as a computer when traveling to the office.
The MatePad 11 comes with a 10.95-inch LCD screen with 2,560*1,600 resolution and supports 120Hz refresh rate.
The MatePad 11 is the first Huawei tablet to support 120Hz refresh rate, providing a smoother visual experience in gaming and office scenarios.
The screen also supports DCI-P3 wide color gamut, hardware-level DC dimming, and low blue light eye protection mode.
MatePad 11 targets college students and weighs only 485g, making it easy to carry.
For scenarios where the network is poor, Huawei has also introduced the dual Wi-Fi acceleration feature already popular on the phone.
Huawei did not mention the processor the device is equipped with, but previous reports said it is powered by the Snapdragon 865 processor, which is based on a 7nm process and offers excellent performance and low heat generation.