Huawei MatePad Pro M-Pencil specifications detailed


Android Tablet market share has been stagnant and plummeting year over year. Poor support from Google and a lack of dedicated developers dug the grave for the tablet market. Nonetheless, Huawei – the world’s second-largest smartphone manufacturer and the wannabe first isn’t done with yet with Android Tablet just like Samsung. The all-new powerful MatePad Pro is just a few hours away and here we’ve details of it and its companion, the M-Pencil.

The HUAWEI MatePad Pro is a beast with its powerful Kirin 990 processor and the humongous 7250mAh battery. In tandem with the much-hyped M-Pen or Pencil, Huawei strives to bring a productive house to Android market capable of competing with the Apple counterparts.

As per HUAWEI, the M-Pencil throws a true pencil-like writing experience. HUAWEI M-Pencil is inspired by the most traditional wooden pencils. It features a hexagonal integrated design and the world-renowned Staedtler Classic. The 118 Noris stripe pen also has a similar design. The weight of the pen body is only 14g and the diameter of the pen tube is 160mm. The grip experience is very comfortable. At the same time, the hexagonal pen body is ergonomically designed and is easier to hold than a cylindrical one.

The size of the line varies with the pressure of the finger. Well, it’s not new as Samsung’s S Pen tots this feature for a while. In addition, it also supports what can be said as shading. Tilt the pen, and the actual measurement can easily draw the shadow. The ultra-low latency of up to 20ms makes the input experience so fluid and dynamic.

Also Read: Huawei Mate Pad Pro M-Pencil specifications detailed

In terms of material, the stylus tip uses a special composite material (POM+TPU metal electrode + outsourced composite material). To ask what benefits this brings, of course, is a greater sense of damping that you’ve never thought to experience while writing on smartphone glass.

The Huawei MatePad Pro seems to be a complete package and a step taken in the right direction. But, the Android experience on tablets being a bottleneck it’s to be seen how the Tab is going to perform in the market.

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