Huawei MatePad review, Maximize WFH with the Latest Tablet – Last July, together with Nova 7 Huawei Indonesia launched a middle-class tablet gadget called MatePad.

Huawei MatePad review, Maximize WFH with the Latest Tablet

huawei-matepad-review-maximize-wfh-with-the-latest-tablet – Even though it has an affordable price, this tablet gadget which is sold for IDR 4,299,000 is rich in features and carries quite qualified specifications.

If installed with Huawei Smart Keyboard accessories or other Bluetooth keyboards, MatePad can also transform from a multimedia device to a productivity support or study at home as a laptop replacement.

Plus the 10.4-inch screen size is indeed roomy, so it’s free for multitasking. If you want to know more, here’s a complete video review of the Huawei MatePad gadget.

In terms of design, this tablet appears simple and minimalist in the FullView Display design. The front is dominated by an IPS panel measuring 10.4 inches with a resolution of 1200 × 2000 pixels with a 7.9 mm screen bezel which is neither too thin nor too thick.

Huawei seems to have designed the MatePad to be more comfortable to use in a landscape position, seen from the front camera placed on the right screen bezel instead of above. This front camera has 8MP resolution and is located in the middle so it is suitable for video conference activities.

MatePad is an Android 10 tablet with EMUI 10.1, it looks exactly the same as the EMUI on Huawei smartphones, there is no special interface for an experience like using a desktop. Keep in mind, MatePad does not have Google Mobile Service support but uses Huawei Mobile Services.

Actually, you don’t need to worry about application availability, because the general applications you need may already be available on the AppGallery application store. Even if there isn’t, you can use Petal Search that Huawei provides to make it easier to get applications, but there is a possibility that certain applications are not optimal or cannot be used.


Huawei MatePad relies on a mid-range HiSilicon Kirin 810 chipset, this 7nm SoC packs an octa-core CPU consisting of two 2.27 GHz Cortex-A76 cores and six 1.88 Ghz Cortex-A55 cores. Together with GPU Mali-G52 with GPU Turbo 3.0 technology, which can improve graphics performance when needed, as well as 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded through the use of microSD.

Even though it’s not a flagship chipset, the Kirin 810’s performance is sufficient for general use. Call it like typing, browsing, virtual meetings, accessing social media, watching videos, playing games, to multitasking with other daily tasks. As an illustration, the Geekbench 5 benchmark results for the Huawei MatePad scored 588 single-core and 1554 multi-core.

Of course, the advantage of using a tablet is the durability of the battery. With a capacity of 7250 mAh, the MatePad can last up to 12 hours non-stop when used to watch 1080p videos or browse on a single charge. Unfortunately the MatePad is not equipped with fast charging and takes around 3.8 hours to full using the built-in 10W adapter

For those who want to know more, watch the video below or visit the DailySocial TV channel on the Vidio streaming application.

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