Huawei also took to stage the MediaPad X2, a 7in compact tablet that has some of the functionalities of a smartphone (i.e. it has LTE connectivity and makes phone calls, so you can now start your debate if this device is actually a phablet).
Much like its predecessor, the MediaPad X2 showcases a 1920 x 1200 panel with a 16:10 ratio. Its beauty lies in having literally no bezels, meaning the display stretches almost end-to-end.
On the inside, it’s one power-packed unit – it packs a top-end chipset (namely the Kirin 930 with an octa-core 2.0GHz processor). You’ve got a choice of either a 16GB storage model with 2GB of RAM, or a 32GB model with 3GB of RAM.
Its 5000mAh battery will ensure hours of usage, while its 13MP back camera plus 5MP front camera is sure to help if you love taking pictures from your mobile device.
Just like most of the other devices launched at MWC 2015, the Huawei MediaPad X2 will be available running on the latest OS, Android 5.0. It will be enhanced by Huawei’s own Emotion UI, so you get a Huawei-centric experience.
Huawei also launched the Y635, an entry-level LTE-enabled smartphone at the trade show; unfortunately, there wasn’t much fanfare for the device. But stay tuned for more local pricing and availability details.
[Source and image: GSM Arena]