Right after showcasing the slender Huawei P6S, the Chinese maker has unveiled another addition to its family of smart devices — the not-so-powerful Huawei MediaPad 7 Youth2.
With not a lot to boast of on the specs sheet, the device’s USP remains to be the HSPA connectivity, and the fact that it does bling — it comes with a golden back. Complete specifications of the device include a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, a disappointing 4GB of on-board ROM, and a camera combo of a 3 mega-pixel rear, 0.3 mega-pixel front. Huawei’s Emotion UI atop Android v4.3 Jelly Bean can be found taking care of the software side of things.
No info on pricing and/or availability yet, but we expect this one to cost around the $130-$150 mark.