MetaPad pro 12.6 Huawei
Meta Pad pro 12.6
MetaPad pro, You will be told that it’s a new dawn, for Huawei, thanks to the final version of the HarmonyOS. The new MatePad pills are suppose to start What is a product in the Harmony of the era, and the release of Android for good. However, during all of this, the PR talk, it all boils down to one thing. The might of the Harmony-driven devices, with competing Android and Apple? We have the MediaPad Pro, article 12 (6), for a review of the day, and that’s what we’re going to try to find out.
Just because Apple dominates the tablet market with its iPad, but doesn’t mean that the competition will fade away. On the contrary, we would love to see more of the slate, like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 as a trio, and has recently announced the MatePad of the series. The tablet can be view as a niche market. But it leads to an incredible UI, progress, and some of them will inevitably make their way to the phones as well. And today, we are please to meet a new tablet with pen support, and a (presumably). For a new mobile operating system, the Huawei MatePad Pro 12.
First, let’s take a look at the specifications. The larger the MatePad Pro, a first-class entity, for sure, starting with an attractive body, with a slim profile. It has a high-definition 12.6″ OLED screen with thin frames, a powerful Kirin 9000E 5G chip set, a trio of snappers on the back, and big enough for the 10,050 mAh battery with 40W fast charging.
It also offers incredibly powerful speakers, a 5G option, and you are able to buy an M-pen stylus Pen for drawing, taking notes, and whatnot. And they said, stylus wireless charging via the integrated magnetic wireless charger on the other side.
The MatePad Pro 12.6 runs on HarmonyOS 2.0. Which is based on a forked version of Android 10, and you are able to install and run most of the available Android apps, except for those that rely on Google services for you. There are a lot of Huawei’s default apps to get you start, while the AppGallery. And third party, retail stores, will cover the rest. With the help of a third-party app in the app stores is inevitable in the near future.
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MetaPad pro Space At a Glance
The MatePad Pro, article 12 (6) has two obvious shortcomings, it’s not high refresh rate, support for on-screen. And there are no fingerprints or 3D face scanning biometric security. The tablet offers facial recognition, but it is one of the least safe, and we’re not going to feel safe and secure leaving our debit card details at this point. Splash resistance would have been nice, but hey, this is a tablet after all.
Unboxing The MatePad Pro 12.6
The MatePad Pro, article 12 (6), will be pack in a white cardboard box. Our package includes a 40W charger, USB cable, and a USB-C-to-3.5 mm adapter.
Huawei says that this package may vary from one market to another, so if you’re interest. You might want to check with your local Huawei website. It would have been nice to see the M-Pen stylus, along with the MetaPad Pro model.
Design, build, and management
Well, the MatePad Pro, article 12 (6), a tablet, all right, and there’s no breaking the mold. The one thing that is likely to differ on this great album from the past of the Galaxy, and iPad, and the slate is a curved metal frame. Which, combined with the rounded corners. Which makes it a nice, stylish look.
The MatePad Pro, article 12 (6), has a flat, glass-covered face. The back of either glass or plastic, we couldn’t really tell. But what we do know is that it has been a cool, matt finish, making it comfortable to the touch and provide enough grip to feel secure in your hands.
The frame is made of aluminum, with a matte finish as well. It’s a little bit bent, but this does not affect the grip of the negative. The flat sides have become a thing again, thank you for Apple, but it’s nice to see that Huawei did not follow this trend. We, like at home, sure, but it’s been a bit, well, all too common.
Let’s circle back to the front page. The frame that surrounds the 12.6″ OLED display screen has a matching rounded corner of the screen. The Bezels are reasonably thin and evenly on all sides. The OLED panel supports HDR10 and is made of a high-resolution 2560 x 1600 pixel, but it’s just the standard 60 Hz refresh rate.
There are two things that are of interest here, except for the screen. The first one is the 8MP camera on the front. His hole is centered at the top of the frame (in landscape view), and it is one of the smallest in front of the shooters we’ve seen. Next, to it, is hidden a little to the notification, the LED light flashes green for notifications. And a fully-charged device, or red when the phone is charging or when battery power is low. You can turn it off if you don’t like it.
Curiously, the Huawei MatePad Pro, article 12 (6) does not offer any type of biometric security solutions, ” there’s no fingerprint scanner, a 3D face-scanning sensors. You can use a PIN code, and, of course, if e-2D face recognition. A side-mounted fingerprint sensor, that would have been very much appreciated, but it is what it is.
The back is flat with a smooth finish. Once again, we’re not sure if this is glass or plastic, but we’re leaning towards the latter. The Tri-camera setup here, which shoots out a piece of the upper right-hand corner of the screen. It contains a 13MP primary shooter is an 8MP snapper for ultrawide photos and a 3D ToF camera for portraits. And some more advanced functions (for, if, or when, those to become available. There is also an LED flash and a microphone.
The sides of the MatePad Pro, article 12 (6), are quite interesting. First, there are a total of eight speakers are hidden behind the four bars. Huawei has been used as a large loudspeaker for low and mid-tones, and a smaller one for the high notes and this combo is repeating four times, two on each side.
The installation process has been fine-tuned by harman kardon, and, according to our first impressions, the quality is top notch. Spoiler alert, this has got to be one of the best speakers in the images that we’ve heard from a portable device.
So, there are two speaker grilles on the right side. The Power/Lock button is also located here.
On the left-hand side houses a USB-C port, as well as the other two speakers with grilles.
Space next to the microphone, time is not waste. If you are the owner of the M-Pen, this is where it attaches to the tablet. The magnet is really strong, and the pen clicks nicely into place. You can fix this in two ways, unlike the S-Pen on the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7+. It’s a space that includes a wireless charger. So your Pen will automatically be charge at rest (30 seconds is enough for 10 minutes of writing).
The pen is well-settled and comfortable, it’s metal. With a silver paste, paint, and a transparent lace with a platinum-coated nib (maybe that’s why it’s price at €99). This is an active stylus and a touch-sensitive area for the use of gestures.
The monitor has support for up to 4,096 pressure-sensitive levels and provides a 9ms latency, but as it was, with the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7+, the MatePad Pro, article 12 (6) provides ultra-fast response times and a high level of the tip of precision, only a handful of the optimized applications.
The other accessory is a Smart Magnetic Keyboard. It’s a full-blown keyboard cover with magnetic positions of the tablet. It engages in any of these; and, in fact, that we had a bit of a hard time to move out of it without having to disassemble the whole of the cover.
Smart Magnetic Keyboard mimics the leather on the outside. While the keypad is made of plastic and it has enough movement and excellent tactile feedback in order to feel like a real keyboard and not the one you know the case. It is thin and is not as heavy and is working as advertised. It is, of course, is not the touch pad the touch, not that it needed one. There’s no built-in battery.
Both the pen and the keyboard is pretty easy to just flip them over to their seats, and the tablet will make it for you.
A large OLED Display
The Huawei MatePad Pro, article 12 (6), tablet. Its article 12 (6)” select feature has to be its large OLED screen. It is a high-resolution panel with a 2560 x 1600 pixels resolution (240ppi), and a 16:10 aspect ratio.
The panel supports the HDR10 video on how easy it would be to get a hold of such content. This unit is a matter of debate.
The refresh rate of the monitor is set to 60hz, and while we can live without the APPLICATION of the multimedia, we’re not sure of the lack of HRR is something that we can swallow it easily. And so, the big bites, unfortunately, is going to be a pile-up.
First, let’s talk about the resolution. There is an option in the Settings, and it’s call Smart Resolution. You can either turn it on or off. You don’t need to be in control of the resolution that is being use, when, or where. This could have been handled better.
There is an ambient light sensor next to the front camera so that you can enjoy automatic adjustments to the brightness of the screen. True-to-Tone is available, too, which means that it’s probably the color of the sensor anywhere as well. We did that, the brightness of which is evenly spread across the scrubber.
There is also an eBook for position, slowly desaturates all of the screen’s colors to mimic an eInk reader.
We have measured a very good maximum brightness of 382 nits (one tablet in the OLED display). There is no light bleed in the black level, and that’s how we get the Infinite contrast ratio, in other words, a spectacular contrast ratio.
Unfortunately, 382 nits, is the largest of the screen, can offer to the outside of the HDR content. There is no sunlight, the surge, when the tablet is expose to a strong light.
The minimum brightness of the led is white 2.1. the nits – that’s a fantastic environment to read in a dark room.
The rendering is handled confidentially about personal matters, you have to Choose between a Normal (note). And the Living (the DCI-P3 colors. The Normal use is intend to reproduce. Display the content of the truth, and we are able to verify the monitor is entirely accurate to the sRGB color space.
Living options, corresponding to the DCI-P3 color space, and a blue, white, and grey. You can select a different color temperature-Standard, Warm, Cool, Custom). To choose Hot, in the use of Living is going to fix it up in white and grey, and features a very good accuracy of the DCI-P3 space.
Finally, let’s go back to HDR10 support. The screen is truly certified in accordance with the hardware-processing app that we tried. While the HarmonyOS 2.0 has support for Google’s Widevine L1 DRM, imagine our surprise). However, with the L1 support, this is not the only requirement in order to enjoy the high-res HDR content.
The Huawei MatePad Pro, article 12 (6), can be just 6.7 mm thin. But it does have a massive 10,090 mAh battery with support for 40W fast charging up to 27W wireless charging.
The MatePad Pro 12.6 clocked 10 hours and 43 minutes in our web browsing script. To turn the Galaxy Tab A7+ with more than three hours.
When it comes to video playback, the MatePad Pro, article 12 (6), once again, proved to be an excellent performer. With the north about 15 minutes of stamina before the battery had dropped to 10%, once again, hit Tab A7+ with a maximum of three hours.
It is a massive 10,050 mAh battery inside the Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 incredibly quick to download, as well. The tablet’s support for Huawei’s 40W Supercharge, and it ships with a charger and 5 (a)-certified, compatible USB data cable.
The tablet also supports wireless charging up to 27W. This is achieve through the use of Huawei’s own 27W wireless charger, which is sold separately. The MataPad Pro also supports reverse wireless charging. You can charge your phone, watch, or a set of headphones to the back (you will need to activate the Battery power Setting).
It included a 40W ac power adapter to fill 33% of the tablet in a depleted battery in 30 minutes. Not a bad thing.
An hour on the charger takes you up to 64%, while a full charge will require 2 hours and 10 minutes.
The Huawei MediaPad Pro, article 12 (6), four-speaker grills are place symmetrically on the left-hand and right-hand sides of the page. In each of the grids is place in two speakers, a larger and a smaller. Covering the whole range from low (bass, mid, and high frequency. This is a high-quality option that has been set by Harman/Kardon for an even better user experience and immersion.
And, hands-down, this is one of the best audio experiences that we have enjoyed on a mobile device, smartphones, tablets, laptops, and pcs are included. The speakers sound amazing, the sound is deep and rich, and you could hear it all, quite loudly at that. The tablet could have been a Lot of Good, as the loudness. But the eight-speaker, together, makes it sound loud, really loud. So, as far as the sound, and that’s the case, this is the one, guys.
The performance MatePad Pro
The Huawei MatePad Pro, article 12 (6) runs on the Kirin 9000E 5G chipset. Which has 2 GPU cores is less than the Kirin 9000 5G chip that we’ve seen for the Mate 40 MetaPad Pro. We don’t even know why Huawei chose to use this version, instead of the more powerful. But that is not going to make much of a difference to the end-user, in any case.
The Kirin 9000E 5G has an octa-core processor with a friend 1+3+4 the set of the Cortex family of Processors. This is a one-A77 core is clock at 3.13 GHz up to three A77s @2.54 GHz) and the four-A55s @2.04 GHz. This is a more powerful arm Cortex family of Processors at the moment than a78 roads, and the X1. However, Huawei is yet to introduce a successor to the Kirin 9000 series, in the Autumn of this year.
The GPU is a 22-core and Mali-G78, which should be good enough for the game. The non-E version of the chip, with a 24-core processor.
The triple-camera on the back
The Huawei MatePad Pro, article 12 (6) has three cameras on the back. It is a primary shooter accompanied by an ultrawide snapper and a ToF sensor. With a single-LED flash that is all around you. But you’ll probably have to use it as a torch, and less like an actual flash game.
The primary camera uses a 13MP sensor with 1.12 µm pixels, a behind-the-one-26 mm-f/1.8 lens. Autofocus is not support. The night mode is available, too.
The ultrawide camera uses an 8MP sensor with 1.4 µm pixels of the behind-the-16mm f/2.4 lens. The focus is fix. There is no Night Mode on the camera.
The third camera is a 0.1 MP ToF sensor use in Portrait mode.
The front camera has an 8MP sensor with 1.12 µm pixels and a 26mm f/2.0 lens. The focus is also determine.
The camera app’s UI looks a lot like we’ve seen on the Huawei Mate X2. There is a shutter button on the right, with a switch in order to activate the selfie mode, gallery, a shortcut. And the Mode selector (F, Portraits, Night mode, Photo, and Video). This option is the More posts in a house a few more times. The things that Slow-Mo, Panorama, Monochrome, Document, AR Lens, Light painting, Time-lapse, Stickers, etc.
The Pro Mode is support on the large camera, it offers a maximum ISO of 1600 and the slowest shutter speed 8s.
Video quality MetaPad Pro
The Huawei MatePad Pro, article 12 (6) records a video of up to 4K at 30fps, with its main and ultra-wide cameras. The front shooter is limit to 1080p at 30fps. Thanks to the ToF sensor, the main camera can do, Mixer videos, with the blurred background MetaPad pro.
The electronic stabilization is available at all of the cameras, and for all hd resolutions. It is, as always, that you may not opt-out of it.
You will get a choice of an (h).264 and the h.265 as a result, we are stuck with him.264. The 4K footage is treat to a rich, 50Mbps bitrate. The sound is always capture in stereo, with a 192Kbps bit rate MetaPad pro.
The most important thing, the camera will take very good 4K images with excellent contrast. There is a sufficient level of detail, and the sound is quite low. The dynamic range is nice and wide, all the colors are mostly accurate. The intricate details of the leaf, are, once again, is a bit of a challenge, but with a tablet, the 4K video is pretty great.