Huawei MatePad Pro 13.2 Goes Global on December 12


Huawei MatePad Pro 13.2 global launch

Huawei is preparing for a special launch event named “Innovate Product Launch.” During the initial announcement, the Chinese manufacturer didn’t say anything about the products the event would introduce. Now, the brand has confirmed one of the products that the launch event will unveil. It’s the Huawei MatePad Pro 13.2.

The Huawei MatePad Pro 13.2 officially debuted in September of this year. However, as of now, it’s exclusive to China. So, with the December 12 launch event set for Dubai, Huawei will basically be launching the tablet to the international market. The teaser video for this announcement is embedded below for you to check out.

Key Specs of Huawei MatePad Pro 13.2

For those who missed our initial coverage on the Huawei MatePad Pro 13.2, it’s packed with features. Under the hood, the tablet sports the recently launched Kirin 9000S 5G chipset. It’s paired with 1 TB of super-fast storage and 16 GB of RAM. This combination makes the tablet capable of handling most resource-intensive tasks.

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Huawei Kirin 9000S

In terms of the screen, the MatePad Pro 13.2 comes with a 13.2-inch OLED panel. It has a 144 Hz refresh rate and features a resolution of 2880 x 1920 pixels. Due to the thin nature of the bezels, this display excels in terms of delivering an immersive viewing experience.

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Huawei MatePad Pro 13.2

As for the camera setup, the Huawei MatePad Pro 13.2 has a 13 MP primary camera on the back with an 8 MP ultra-wide sensor. And on the front, it comes with a 16 MP selfie shooter, which Huawei has paired with a ToF 3D sensor.

Main highlights

In terms of battery and charging, the MatePad Pro 13.2 has a large-sized 10,100 mAh battery. It comes with an 88-watt fast-charging feature, which can get the battery from 0% to 100% pretty quickly. The tablet also has six speakers to ensure an immersive listening experience.

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