Are you in search of an affordable tablet for casual usage, online classes, or just a device to give to your kids (if you have one)? This tablet solves that dilemma…
This new Huawei tablet looks a lot similar 2020 version, and it arrived in Deepsea Blue colorway with a large 8-inch HD with ultra-slim bezels (around 4.9mm) and 80% screen-to-body-ratio, and it also has TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light Certification, and eBook mode for comfortable reading.
In addition, the RAM gets a slight upgrade from 2GB to 3GB with 32GB of internal storage. As for the battery, a large 5,100mAh capacity is just a tad larger than most smartphone have today. According to them, a total of 12 hours of video playback at 1080p resolution.
By pre-installing four useful modules—Recorder, Camera, Multimedia, and Kids Painting—the corporation further enhanced its Kids Corner.
Additionally, it has adaptable parental controls that let parents choose which apps circumvent time limitations, like eLearning programs during prep time, and has tools for eye protection, time management, app management, and content management.
Additionally, it provides eye safety features including alerts for blue light, bad posture, and rough roads.
In order to ensure proper posture and support good eyesight throughout the day, HUAWEI said that it has various sets of gyroscopes and algorithms in place to help detect whether children are lying down or even on bumpy roads.
Quick scope specs:
For its display, an 8-inch IPS LCD in 800 x 1280 with 189 PPI covers this tablet, running on an MTK MT8768 octa-core processor with 3GB and 32GB internal storage that’s expandable via microSD card slot up to 512GB.
For its camera, a 5MP rear (f/2.2) with autofocus and a 2MP selfie cam (f/2.4) is just fine. For the battery, a 5,100mAh capacity is decent enough to get you through the day. It runs on Android with Huawei’s own custom EMUI 10 skin already installed.
It has all the barebones specs that you (or your kid will need) such as Wi-Fi, 4G connectivity, Bluetooth, OTG function, GPS, and it even has a SIM tray that’s getting really rare nowadays in tablets. For your sensors, you will get the following: accelerometer, light, proximity, and sound. Speaking of audio, it has a single loudspeaker module and it is available in only one color: Deepsea Blue.
The Huawei MatePad T 8 LTE 2022 weighs in at around 310 grams that’s not too heavy and not too light either. You can get one now via their offline and online stores in Shopee and Lazada at only ₱6,999. Upon purchase, you’ll get a free handy insulated flask worth ₱999, and a HUAWEI AppBenefits worth ₱747.