Huawei SmaKit S7 is one of the many Android tablets that will challenge the Archos products and the iPad to a duel this year. This 3G Android device comes with a 7 inch widescreen display, with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. It also supports 720p high definition content and we learn that the tablet can be connected via the home network to a TV, or other Android gear.
Stunning everyone at MWC 2010, this device is part of the Internet Tablet segment and its specs list includes a HDMI out interface, two USB 2.0 interface (tablet dock), a microSDHC card slot (32GB supported) and a built-in webcam. The product weighs 500 grams and its battery life is around 4 hours, in the case of 720p HD video playback.
S7 is expected to debut this summer and last we saw it, during MWC 2010, the device ran Android 1.6, but Android 2.1 could replace it soon. You can find a video demo of the Huawei SmaKit S7 tablet after the break: