Huawei unveiled the second generation of its affordable 8″ tablet after last year’s Huawei M1. However, the company has incorporated a lot of new changes in terms of its design, specs as well as sound quality.
The Huawei M2 tablet features the company’s current Kirin 930 octa-core chipset with Cortex A53e cores. There will be 3GB of RAM on board, which is more than enough to multitask. Further, you get 16GB and 64Gb internal storage options along with an 8MP rear + 5MP front facing camera.
The body of the Huawei M2 tablet measures 7.8mm thick and features stereo speakers rated at 1W. Harman/Kardon has contributed sound-enhancing tech. The 8-inch display will sport a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels.
The 4,800mAh battery is also a part of this package, and the device ships with 4G LTE connectivity.
The budget-friendly version of the Huawei M2(WiFi, 16GB) is expected to sell for CNY 1,588 ($256/€232), while the other edition (LTE, 64GB) will sell for CNY 2,288 ($367/€334). The Huawei M2 tablets go on sale July 16 (this Thursday), but you’ll need a registration to buy it that soon.