Huawei has officially introduced its newest affordable Android tablet, dubbed the Huawei MediaPad 7 Youth. As seen its name, this tablet seems aimed to young people who love travelling or always on the move. The MediaPad 7 Youth packed by an aluminum unibody case, which tablet weight 350 grams and 9.9mm thickness.
The 7-inch tablet has a 10-point capacitive touchscreen display and supports 1080p full HD video playback but its resolution is still unknown (probably 1920 x 1080 pixel). Alongside Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, the Huawei MediaPad 7 Youth tablet sports a 1.6GHz dual-core processor. Company didn’t mention about battery life for runtime, but we had known that the tablet brings a 4100mAh Li-Polymer battery and enabling up to 2 weeks of standby mode.
Other features on the new Huawei MediaPad 7 Youth are HSPA+ and Wi-Fi connectivity. That’s allowing users to use the tablet as a phone capabilities such as SMS, MMS, or voice calling.
Huawei’s press release says the MediaPad 7 Youth tablet would be available on markets starting the third quarter of 2013 (this quarter). That’s including Europe (also Russia), the Middle East, China, and Asia Pacific. There is no word on pricing yet but this tablet looks like a cheap anyway.
Huawei unveils MediaPad 7 Youth, a tablet for the connected generation