Huawei MatePad 11 is expected to be released next week: equipped with Snapdragon 865

According to the latest news from relevant bloggers, the MatePad 11 tablet computer announced by Huawei at the Hongmeng system conference will be released in early July, which means it is likely to officially debut before the end of next week.

According to previous official news, MatePad 11 will be equipped with Snapdragon 865 processor and pre-installed with HarmonyOS system. This is also the first combination of Qualcomm chips and HarmonyOS.

It should be noted that in the latest news, the Snapdragon 865 on the MatePad 11 does not support 5G networks or even 4G networks. It can only use WiFi connections and support the latest WiFi6 technology.

This is also a helpless move under the current situation of Huawei.

However, although there is a slight regret in the network configuration, it is reported that the price of the machine will be very competitive, and the starting price may be around CNY3000.

Three storage specifications of 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB will be available.

Based on the currently known news, Huawei MatePad 11 will inherit a similar solution to MatePad 12.6. The front adopts a full-screen design without openings, and the screen size is 11 inches.

The screen panel not only has a 2K refresh rate, but also supports an ultra-high refresh rate of 120Hz, which can bring a smoother control experience, and the back uses a vertical dual-camera combination.

At the core, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor that MatePad 11 carries is also the current popular Snapdragon 870 standard version.

Although it does not support cellular networks, it is completely in the first echelon camp of tablets in terms of performance.

As for software, MatePad 11 will also be equipped with the just released HarmonyOS 2.0 system, and support the new Hongmeng desktop, multi-screen collaboration, hyperterminal, global handwriting and other functions.

Its experience is almost the same as the 12.6 version.