Huawei’s media event earlier today spoke about its new range of smartphones but they also have another product up their sleeve, which they showcased at the event. It’s the MediaPad 10 – successor of Huawei’s MediaPad 7.
The Verge managed to get a hands on the device, which is said to be made specifically for “today’s event.” We’re still waiting on the complete specs but MediaPad 10 is confirmed to have a display supporting resolution of up to 1920×1200 (more than 1080p!), a K3 processor that also powers Huawei’s Ascend D phones, Android 4.0 OS and packed in a sleek 8.8mm shell.
Huawei will launch the tablet in Q2 2012.