Huawei Blurs The Phablet Line With 7" MediaPad 7 Vogue

Phablet? Tablet? Phone? Perhaps the designation doesn't even matter any longer. With phones like the Note 8.0 and Note II blurring the edges of what's too large to make a phone call, Huawei is introducing a mondo phone of its own. The MediaPad 7 Vogue is a 7" device, sized up similarly to the Nexus 7, but it offers a voice radio as well as a data radio. It's built from an aluminum unibody frame and features a quad-core 1.2GHz processor CPU and 16-core GPU, a 3G modem, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, and a 4100mAh battery.

It measures 9.5mm thick and weighs 335 grams, and the display offers a 1024 x 600 native resolution. It ships with Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), and also includes a micro-USB port, Bluetooth and a price tag to follow. It'll be black and white, and should ship in China soon before filtering out elsewhere.

Via:  Huawei
KatePerry one year ago

Also launching this week is the new Android tablet, the X10 Mini Pro by Ramos Electronics ($229) – through T ab l e t S p r i n t-- the X10 Mini Pro features 3G HSPA+ for voice calling and internet... it's pretty obvious a key advantage to an Android tablet with 3G calling is to make use of the Bluetooth connection with a wireless headset to make phone calls. The X10 Mini Pro offers the same 7.85-inch size as the Mini iPad and features a built-in 3G SIM slot, a Quad Core processor, WiFi, and Bluetooth connection; along with built-in GPS, HDMI, a 2 Megapixel Front and 5 Megapixel Rear Camera, 16GB Memory, MicroSD, Android 4.2, and Google Play store preinstalled. It's also one of the first tablets to work with Miracast TV (like Apple Airplay).

T ab l e t S p r i n t offers a Bonus Apps package with each tablet as well that includes a Microsoft Office suite App--

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