Huawei Mediapad M2 10 leaks before CES launch


huawei mediapad m2 10

Looking a lot like the leaks we posted on Sunday, images of the Huawei Meidapad M2 10 have been posted on a Finnish website ahead of it’s CES debut.

Huawei are expected to have quite a presence at CES this year with a rumoured Huawei P9 launch and also the release of new tablets. One of them could very well be the Huawei Mediated M2 10 seen in these images.

Huawei Mediapad M2 10

huawei mediapad m2 10

The Mediated M2 10 looks an awful lot like the Honor X3 images which we posted on Sunday and features the same rectangular design and physical home button. The tablet is said to be designed with media consumption in mind and it’s 10-inch panel may feature a 2K QHD resolution while the body will be fitted with at least dual stereo speakers.

From the posting on the Finnish retailer site, the Huawei Mediated M2 10 specifications include 2GB RAM, a Huawei Kirin 930 chipset, 8 mega-pixel rear camera and 2 mega-pixel front. Where as the Honor X3 leaks pointed at a more potent specification.

huawei mediapad m2 10

Two storage versions are mentioned with the 32GB model priced at $376 and the 64GB version at $484

Whether this is the new tablet that Huawei have been teasing or not remains to be seen but keep watching our CES coverage for more news.

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10 Comments

  1. Dis
    January 5, 2016

    Overpriced like all of their tablets.

    • Rob
      January 5, 2016

      And phones.

      • Dis
        January 5, 2016

        Yeah true but their tablets are even more overpriced than their phones.

    • balcobomber25
      January 5, 2016

      If their tablets (have never even picked one up) are anything like their phones it is money well spent. Huawei is expensive but it has a level of quality and performance that can justify the price tag.

      • Dis
        January 5, 2016

        The hardware quality from cheaper OEMs is increasingly better though, making the excessive price less and less appealing. I would pick up Xiaomi/Telcast/Cube etc before paying this much personally.

        • balcobomber25
          January 5, 2016

          I would pick up a Xiaomi before it too, but that’s just because I love MIUI. There will always be something cheaper on the market but it doesn’t mean the more expensive one isn’t a good value. It just depends on your brand preferences.

          For instance I drive a Volvo S60 and my wife drives an Audi A6. We could both get Kia’s that offer all the same equipment for $20-30K less, but to use there is no better value than Volvo (me) and Audi (her).

        • Freeje
          January 6, 2016

          Definitely not the firmware (except Xiaomi).

  2. Michael1337
    January 5, 2016

    2k display with Kirin 930? This should be laggy… And also overpriced for the middle class specs (display is high end but processor and ram really aren’t high end).

  3. wolvie
    January 5, 2016

    Huawei pricing are always expensive. Even their low end gadgets also very expensive.

  4. Andrawid
    January 5, 2016

    Why not just go in for the Lenovo Tab 2 10 Inch tablet with full HD display for $170? Agreed, it does not have a 2K panel, but its also less than half the price.