IFA 2014 may have seemed like the last big tech event of the year, but in fact there are a few more happening in Asia. One of them is the China International Communications Exhibition, that featured a new Huawei slate, called the MediaPad 10 Link+.


This model was showcased and pictured, as it’s shown in this article. We’re dealing with a product that relies on a quad core K3V2 processor and comes with a 10 inch IPS display with wide view angles and Dolby sound tech. The CPU is a quad core Cortex A9 chipset, but the OS is strangely antique, Android 4.1, something we haven’t even seen on low end devices with 512 MB of RAM, if not even 256 MB.

China Mobile also has its own booth at the show, so maybe we’ll see interesting things there. After seeing the Huawei MediaPad 10 Link+, I can’t help but wonder if this will be yet another one of those rebranded Huawei models with the HP logo on…