It's going to be called Huawei MatePad Pro, and not MediaPad M7, as previously rumored. Huawei's EMUI on the other hand is hard enough to get along with on smartphones, so we don't expect the productivity to shine through on a tablet OS. While we'd usually recommend caution with leaks, because they can often be wrong, Blass has a commendable track record. The pill has a clean look with a skinny bezel and a "hole-punch" selfie digicam on the entrance display. That shows Huawei is dropping its current tablet line, or at least its "MediaPad" name, to bring its slates more in line with its computers and phones, like the Matebook 13, one of its newer laptops, or the Mate 30 Pro, its recent smartphone.
The design of the tablet looks highly similar to that of the iPad Pro, or even the Tab S6.
The leaked render reveals that the MatePad Professional will characteristic a punch-hole digicam on the prime left nook of the gadget. It's still not clear, however, if the device will have a 3.5mm jack.
We'll see if the MatePad Pro comes to be and makes any sort of dent in the tablet landscape.
The rumoured specs for the tablet include an in-display fingerprint scanner, Huawei's Kirin 990 SoC, 8GB of ram, and up to 256GB of storage.
Another thing to bear in mind here is this Android tablet probably won't ship with Google apps as per Huawei's ongoing trade ban that stops it releasing new products with Google services.
According to past rumors, it will be offered in black and white, while the keyboard accessory will connect magnetically. Let us know down below.