Huawei’s main Android tablet this year, the MediaPad M3 has just debuted in Japan, where it’ll sell for around $277. The device stands out through its stereo speakers with Harman Kardon acoustics, that we put to the test in the review here.


3 models will be available in Japan, including a WiFi-only one and two with LTE support. There will be a silver 32 GB unit with standard features and a Premium model with gold color choice and 64 GB of storage, that will bring LTE support and also an AKG pair of headphones. Acoustic tuning is the core here, with 1W dual speakers, Smart PA amplifier and Super Wide Surround 3.0 technology.


There’s also a HiFi DAC chip, made by AKG and the other specs are strong too, including 4 GB of RAM and a Huawei Kirin 950 chipset, that we saw in action on the Huawei Mate 8. We’ve got an 8.4 inch screen with a generous 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution and two 8 megapixel cameras, that are able to stand their ground pretty well, including the selfie one.