Huawei PH beefs up tablet line-up with MediaPad M3 and T2 7.0

Huawei Philippines has unveiled its latest tablet offerings — the Huawei MediaPad M3 and the T2 7.0 — as it showcased its capabilities in a Mobile Legends tournament held at a launch event on Friday, May 12, in Quezon City.

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“The M3 and T2 7.0 pack some serious tech for tablet devices: sharp screens, quick and powerful chipsets, and excellent battery life,” said Niño Carandang, Go-To Marketing for Huawei Philippines.

MediaPad M3’s audio quality had been co-developed by Harman Kardon and AKG to bring out the best sound a tablet could give.

The dual stereo speakers’ channels adapt to the device’s orientation for a seamless listening experience, complementing Huawei’s Super Wide 3.0 technology in adjusting between music and video modes.

The 8.4 incher’s Intelligent Ultra 2K display offers a pixel density of 359 pixels per inch and benefits from Huawei’s ClariVu 3.0 technology, maintaining all its sharp details over varied lighting environments. ClariVu 3.0 also reduces eye strain in dim areas.

Housing a 5100 mAh lithium polymer battery, the M3 is specifically powered to last up to 11 hours of Full HD video playback, six hours of 3D gaming, and 45 hours of music playback. Huawei’s fast-charging technology allows the M3 to recharge back to full in one and a half hour only.

Eager to kill of handling exhaustion, the MediaPad M3 measures 7.3mm in thickness.

Meanwhile, the MediaPad T2 7.0 is coated with metal rear cover to withstand daily wear and tear. Thicker than the M3, it measures 8.5mm and weighs 278g. The fully-laminated 7-inch IPS LCD display offers 1024 x 600 resolution for vivid and comfortable viewing.

In a single charge, the T2 7.0 can last up to two days with its 4100 mAh battery.

The MediaPad M3 (P18,990) and MediaPad T2 7.0 (P7,490) are available in Huawei Experience stores and partner retailers nationwide.

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