Leaked all the way back in March, the Huawei MediaPad 7 Vogue tablet is now official, as a new 7 inch Android model that has the ability of making phone calls. The slate is pictured below:

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We’re dealing with a model that has both 3G and WiFi connectivity, a 5 point multi touch IPS display at a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels and its CPU is made by Huawei. It’s a K3V2 Cortex A9 1.2 GHz quad core CPU, in case you’re wondering, accompanied by 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of storage and a microSD card slot with support for 32 GB is also in place.

At the back we’ve got a 3 megapixel rear camera with 1080p video ability at up to 30 frames per second. Upfront there’s a 0.3 megapixel shooter, that also offers video calls. Vogue runs Android 4.1. with the Emotion UI on top and inside the device we find a 4100 mAh battery. Huawei’s MediaPad 7 Vogue will debut in black and white and it will come to China later this month.

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  • waddis

    After customer service that makes, ‘poor’ and ‘horrendous’ seem like award winning words meaning worst of the worst a Huawei product is the dirt. Don’t touch it, for though it might itself be a decent product you will regret the moment you laid eyes on it if ever you should need customer care. My Huawei media pad refused to install the latest is update, upgrading it from android 3.2 to 4.0. After more than six install errors and attempts to wipe the system I finally called T-Mobile in frustration. They promptly told me the device was outside of warranty and that it was a manufacturers issue after their contracted technical care team made one applied attempt to load the is doing no more than I had done in six months. T-Mobile threw me to the Taiwanese giant who was so rude I can’t imagine how they have remained in business. No rude is an understatement. As a early adopter of this Huawei device and having recommended it to five friends, four of whom went out and got it I felt betrayed by this companies refusal to troubleshoot the device or to offer any form of conversation but then to promptly send me a questionnaire inquiry regarding the quality of customer care – is that a Chinese joke? The joke was on me. Customer you are warned.