Honor Tablet 7

In addition to the Honor V40 light luxury version smartphone, today, Honor also launched a new generation of tablet – Honor Tablet 7. The latter comes with a 10.1-inch large screen, uses a MediaTek 12nm 8-core processor, and focuses on games and smart learning.

Honor Tablet 7

The Honor Tablet 7 is not a small tablet. But it’s quite logical when taking into consideration its target niches. So the company has decided to equip it with a 10.1-inch high-definition large screen that also has a resolution of 1920×1200.

In terms of performance, the Honor Tablet 7 uses the MediaTek Helio G series processor. It is based on a 12nm process, uses 2*2.0GHz A75 + 6*1.8GHz A55 core architecture, integrates the Mali-G52MC2 GPU, and supports MediaTek HyperEngine. As for the latter, the CPU, GPU, and memory resources can be redistributed according to the game scene to improve the game running experience.

In addition, the Honor Tablet 7 also supports smart split screen. The same screen supports up to 4 applications display at the same time – listening to lectures, checking materials, and taking notes do not affect each other. This is suitable for current distance education and learning. ​​​

Honor Tablet 7

The Honor Tablet 7 has Wi-Fi and LTE versions, of which the 4+64GB Wi-Fi version is 1399 yuan ($215), and the 4+128GB version is 1699 yuan ($261). The LTE version 4+64GB is priced at 1599 yuan ($246), and the 4+128GB is priced at 1899 yuan ($292). The pre-sale has already begun. They will go on sale on March 26.

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