HUAWEI MatePad New Version Breaks down Barriers to Collaboration Across Devices
Available for pre-order in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and comes with HUAWEI Share to make seamless cross-platform interaction between devices a reality
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 02 March 2021: Tech-savvy consumers in Saudi Arabia want to be able to do more with the devices they have through integrated ecosystems, products, and services. Modern users are more mobile and as a result, the devices they use must fit into their daily life seamlessly. This is where the HUAWEI MatePad New Version tablet stands out from the crowd. Not only has it been upgraded with WiFi 6 and a newer Kirin 820 chipset, but users can also take advantage of Huawei Share to do more across Huawei’s range of smartphones, laptops, and more. This can be particularly useful for making e-learning more efficient.
With Huawei Share, effortless cross platform collaboration is a reality with the HUAWEI MatePad New Version. This feature is ideal for students and mobile learners thanks to its ability for users to start work on a tablet and continue it on a smartphone. The Multi Window (1) feature takes multi-tasking to the next level by allowing multiple tasks to be displayed at the same time. This means e-learners can switch between apps so they can use one side of the screen to carry out research for a class project while the other side can be used to write their coursework. Some applications even allow sharing content to and from each other by drag and drop. The HUAWEI MatePad New Version also gives users the ability to add a floating window to quickly reply to messages without exiting their current task.
Putting the HUAWEI MatePad New Version into landscape mode allows different aspects of the application to be displayed with split screen with the App Multiplier function. Split screen can be operated simultaneously, and it can be dragged to adjust the size of the left and right windows.
Working on different devices used to be difficult but through Multi-screen Collaboration those frustrations are a thing of the past. This feature lets users seamlessly connect the
Smooth and Smart Calls
Even in low light or weak network conditions, HUAWEI MeeTime (2) allows you to have stable audio and high resolution video performance with other HUAWEI devices. With the new Screen Sharing feature, you can share your screen with one click for more efficient communication. Show the items you like on your screen for their advices, or go through presentation with your colleagues in separate locations, enjoy greater freedom regardless where you are (3).
Vivid display with upgraded chipset and WiFi 6
The HUAWEI MatePad New Version has a stunning 2K FullView Display in 2000 x 1200 resolution which allows rich colours to be displayed in excellent detail so multi-tasking is easy and fun. Add in its narrow 7.9mm bezels and 7.45mm thickness and its convenient to carry around for class work or home e-learning. The vibrant screen truly comes to life with a new Kirin 820 chipset which has improved power and Huawei’s proprietary Da Vinci architecture so switching between tasks is effortless. Wi-Fi 6 provides more stable and faster connections for smoother streaming of TV shows and movies.
Quick Charge and big storage
The HUAWEI MatePad New Version comes with 4GB of RAM so apps run easily with no slowdown and 128GB of storage gives consumers enough storage to keep their music and videos libraries and more. The tablet comes with a large 7250 mAh battery that can use 22.5W Quick Charge so users will never have to worry about losing power.
The HUAWEI MatePad New Version is available now for pre-order in Saudi Arabia till 7th of March for a price of 1,349, with a valuable gift includes a tablet case and Huawei FreeBuds Lite earphones. You can order from online HUAWEI STORE and several authorized retailers.
(1): This feature is compatible with some apps. The specific compatible app list will be updated in the future. Actual usage may vary depending on specific apps.
(2): This connected feature is supported between MatePad and some Huawei phones running EMUI 10.1 or later. The first batch of mobile phone models that support this connected features are the P40 series. Other models will be available in the future.
(3) is supported when both devices are logged in to Huawei IDs and with relevant systems and applications upgraded to the latest version. This feature is only supported in specific regions and countries