The Huawei MediaPad T1 8 Pro tablet is a multimedia simple for users who want an inexpensive device without compromising design. And this team sports a thickness of only 7.9 mm with aluminum body. Definitely a material that enhances the attractiveness of Mediapad T1 8 Pro. In addition, users can opt for a 4G module configuration to browse the Internet through mobile networks anywhere. All this complemented by a type HD IPS panel, a simple rear 5-megapixel camera, quad-core processor and 16 GB of internal storage. The Huawei MediaPad T1 8 Pro can be achieved both in Orange Phone House as a starting price of 160 euros. We tell its main characteristics and the different modes in which you can take it.
One of the keys T1 Mediapad 8 Pro is in its design. Despite being a tablet that falls within the input range, the Chinese company wanted to increase its attractiveness with a decent design of your medium and high, although a step down from models like Huawei Huawei Mate S or P8 . Thus, this model sports a remarkable finesse of only 7.9 millimeters and brings its weight to 360 grams. Very competitive figures are complemented by the use of an aluminum body.
We talk about a team with a compact 8-inch IPS panel with technology. This technology promotes brilliant images and, especially, extensive view angles up to 178 degrees both horizontally and vertically. The display has HD resolution of 1,280 x 800 pixels, resulting in a density of 189 dots per inch. It is a medium level of detail, which serves well for a typical use of the tablet in apps or navigation but that we may be a little short for powerful games, videos or movies in high quality.
Huawei MediaPad T1 8 Pro
In the multimedia area it has introduced a humble set of cameras with a goal of 5 megapixels in the rear and a target 2 megapixel on the front for videoconferencing selfies or apps. Nor it is a very powerful tablet, using a quad-core processor with clock speed of 1.2 GHz and 1 GB of RAM. As we have seen on the web, there are two different versions that can lead us as we seek more space or a more advanced connectivity. Through Phone House, which is marketed configuration includes 16 GB of internal memory but does not have a 4G module. While if we choose to buy directly through Orange, the low setting to 8 GB of memory but incorporates a 4G module. This feature can give much play if we want to stay connected anywhere without having to find a WiFi hotspot or using mobile data.
Other common connections are Bluetooth 4.0 compatible devices to sync and a slot for MicroSD cards up to 32 GB. The last detail that wanted to highlight is a battery with a capacity of 4,400 milliamps that promises a power consumption 30% more efficient with Huawei’s own technologies.
To achieve this tablet must acquire it through Phone House or Orange. In the first case, the cash price stands at 160 euros (8 GB version and WiFi). Cash to buy in Orange, we can choose to buy it with a fee of 156 euros contract and without permanence. Or purchase the device without any fee for 175 euros. Also available in installments with a fee for 3.5 euros per month (for 24 months).