Huawei MediaPad M3 Now Officially in China

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Huawei has managed to becoming a dominant player in the smartphone market harnessing the innovation of technology and quality of current crop of materials to sweeten the taste of their consumers whilst making profits in the process.

The brand is taking advantage of the scarce tablet production in the market, by bringing its own made devices in a short period of time.

At the year’s IFA, Huawei released the MediaPad T1 followed by the MediaPad M2 at this year CES event, and recently announced the MediaPad M3 at the past IFA event in Berlin.

The company has now taken a leap step in launching the MediaPad M3 flagship, which is now debuting in its home country.

One unique highlight of the Huawei MediaPad M3 is the audio system which has been fine-tuned by Harman Kardon giving users a world-class listening experience on the sleek new tablet.


The device is styled impeccably, boasting an elegant all-metal design featuring an 8.4” 2560 x 1600 pixels that deliver greater clarity, sharpness, and filters out harmful blue light to ease eye strain.

Huawei adopted a new home button type which doubles as a fingerprint scanner and also performs multiple functions.



Under the hood, is a Kirin 950 chipset coupled with a 4GB RAM and three storage variants of 32GB, 64GB and a high-end model 128GB internal storage. All three versions are supported by an expandable storage of up to 128GB.

Camera setup can persuade prospective buyers and Huawei has done a good job in this aspect, as the smartphone flaunts an 8MP rear-facing with an 8MP selfie shooter, but there is the absence of LED flash.


Furthermore, the tablet is housed by Android 6.0 Marshmallow EMUI 4.1 powered by a hefty 5100mAh battery. Based on the price of the Mediapad M3 tablet, there is the Wi-Fi and the LTE version on the three variants.

Wi-Fi Version

  • 32GB = $284 (Yuan 1888)
  • 64GB = $344 (Yuan 2288)
  • 128GB = $404 (Yuan 2688)

LTE Version

  • 32GB = $359 (Yuan 2388)
  • 64GB = $359 (Yuan 2388)
  • 128GB = $404 (Yuan 2688)

The device will officially go on sale come September 26, you can now place your order on the Huawei website.

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