ByDaniel Camilo 2019-05-31 1825
So, after the launch of the P30 and P30 Pro and waiting to understand the fate of the Mate 30 series and the foldable Mate X, we are again talking about tablets, and in particular the successor to the MediaPad M5, now dated February 2018. One Lite version was announced in March of this year, but apparently the Chinese manufacturer would also have in store a top of the range, appeared in preview on the site of an online retailer (jd.com).
It should be called MediaPad M6, as confirmed by the EEC certification that links this name to the SCM-W09 model which, according to the user agent identified by Nashville Chatter, should be characterized by the presence of a FullHD 1920x1080 display. A second SCM-AL09 model would instead be equipped with a 10.8 "screen with higher resolution, equal to 2560x1600 pixels, and LTE connectivity. For the first variant we speak of a diagonal of 8.4 ".
Well, the tablet shows itself for the first time in an image published on JD, highlighting a rather visible aesthetic restyling thanks to the smaller frames than the current generation. Unfortunately we still know little about the technical specifications of the device, which in the image shows a front camera and the absence of the Home button. For the rest we enter the field of assumptions: we talk about 4500 and 7500mAh batteries (8.4 and 10.8 "respectively) and the Kirin 980 processor inside, but for these details it is perhaps better to wait for further confirmations.
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