Announcement. Huawei MatePad Pro 11 - thin top tablet with six speakers

Photo Announcement. Huawei MatePad Pro 11 - thin top tablet with six speakers

Huawei announced yesterday a tablet called Huawei MatePad Pro 11. And in this case, eleven is not a serial number and not the heroine of a famous series, but simply the diagonal of the screen of this very tablet.

The announcement took place simultaneously for China and for the rest of the world. Many global versions of the above tablet can be considered a subset of Chinese versions. Only one color, no varieties with support for mobile Internet, no older version with 512 GB of RAM. But otherwise, everything seems to be identical.


MatePad Pro 11 is a logical evolution of last year's Huawei MatePad 11. The screen instead of IPS is now AMOLED, but with the same refresh rate. Upgraded processor and battery. They put a wide-angle camera ... And they also made the tablet thin, thin. Only 5.9 mm, according to official data.

Curiously (and sadly, because it creates confusion), the tablet is released on two different chipsets. There are more powerful varieties, on Snapdragon 888. There is a slightly weaker one, on Snapdragon 870. In fact, the difference is not that very fundamental.From the older chip, you can expect in AnTuTu under 800 thousand points, or even a little more. Well, the youngest will give about 700 thousand. In any case, the performance is flagship.

There is a lot of memory. 8 or 12 GB RAM, 128, 256 or 512 GB permanent. No memory card support.

Top-end AMOLED screen with a diagonal of 11" (351 cm²), high resolution - 2560x1600 (274 ppi), refresh rate - up to 120 Hz.

The battery has a capacity of 8300 mAh.

There was some confusion with chargers. Snapdragon 888 models support 66W charging, Snapdragon 870 models charge slightly slower - 40Vt. But at the same time, slower chargers are included in the standard delivery - 40 and 22.5 W, respectively.

The cameras are serious by tablet standards. But so, in general, of course, not very much. The front has a resolution of 16 MP. There are two rear cameras, 13 + 8 MP - main and wide-angle.

Other. There is no support for 5G networks, because of the sanctions. There is a sixth Wi-Fi, Type-C, as many as four microphones and six speakers. And the dynamics are different. Two high-frequency, four low-frequency.

All types of tablets work, both Chinese and international, not on Android, but �For HarmonyOS 3.

Among the proposed accessories, as expected, there are a keyboard and a stylus.

The price spread is more than twofold. From ¥3499 (₽31600, $525) for the lower version 8+128 GB Wi-Fi to ¥7699 (₽69600, $1160) for the older version 12+512 GB LTE with keyboard and stylus included.


8 GB + 128 GB Wi-Fi Snap.870 - ¥3499 (₽30700, $524) 8 GB + 256 GB Wi-Fi Snap.870 - ¥3999 (₽35100, $599) 8 GB + 128 GB Wi-Fi Snap.888 - ¥3799 (₽33400, $569) 8 GB + 256 GB Wi-Fi Snap.888 - ¥4299 (₽37800, $644) 12 GB + 512 GB Wi-Fi Snap.888 - ¥5499 (₽48300, $824) 8GB + 256GB 4G Snap.888 - ¥5299 (₽46600, $794) 12GB + 512GB 4G + keyboardra - ¥7699 (₽67700, $1150)

Huawei MatePad Pro 11 Key Features:

ScreenAMOLED, 11", 2560x1600, 274 ppi, 351 cm², 120 Hz, 1B colors, touch, capacitive, multi-touch HardwareQualcomm Snapdragon 888
1 x Kryo 680 (Cortex-X1), 3 x Kryo 680 (Cortex-A78), 4 x Kryo 680 (Cortex-A55), Adreno 660
< a>Qualcomm Snapdragon 870
1 x Kryo 585 (Cortex-A77), 3 x Kryo 585 (Cortex-A77), 4 x Kryo 585 (Cortex-A55), Adreno 650 Memory RAM 8-12 GB, ROM 128-512 GB, no memory card Mobile InternetLTE
EDGE Mobile networksLTE Bands 1-5,7,8,12,17-20,26,28,34,38-41
UMTS Bands 1(2100), 2(1900), 4(1700), 5(850) , 6(800), 8(900), 19(800)
GSM Bands 2(1900), 3(1800), 5(850), 8(900) Battery Li-Pol, 8300 mAh, fast charge 66.00 W, (or 40 W fastcharger) Dimensions249.23 x 160.38 x 5.9 mm Weight449 g Rear camera: dual, flash, autofocus
- 13 MP, f/1.8
- 8 MP, wide-angle, f/2.2
Front camera: 16 MP, f/2.2, no flash, no autofocus NavigationGPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo HarmonyOS (3) SensorsAccelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Illumination, Hall USBType-C v3.1, USB-OTG

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