Huawei had to change the release plan of its products under the condition of full constraints. It has not yet launched flagship products this year. The P50 series and MatePad Pro 2 that should have been unveiled have also repeatedly bombed tickets.
Today, according to the latest news, Huawei MatePad Pro 2 is available in 12.6-inch and 10.8-inch versions, while the low-end MatePad 2 has at least one 12.2-inch version, equipped with Snapdragon 888 4G processor, and will debut in July together with the P50 series.
But have you discovered why Huawei still has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor under sanctions?
If you pay attention, you will find that this Snapdragon 888 is only a 4G version.
In addition, according to the exposure, we can know that MatePad Pro 2 has other versions. According to the exposure data, the device will be equipped with Kirin 9000 series processors, 8GB RAM and Hongmeng 2.0 OS.
The final score is 908 points for single-core and 2987 points for multi-core.
So the 4G version uses the S888 processor, the 5G version uses the Kirin 9000, but the 4G version has better performance than the 5G version, which is super strange.
In terms of appearance design, MatePad Pro 2 continues the design of the previous generation, adopts a full-screen solution, ultra-narrow screen frame, and has a very shocking visual experience. At the same time, with a metal body, the whole machine has an excellent texture.
It is worth mentioning that there is news that Huawei will also launch two smart watches, Watch3 and Watch3 Pro, at this smart full-scene new product launch.
Although the two watches are somewhat different in functionality, both will run Harmony OS.