Huawei’s MediaPad M3 Arrives with Sharp Upgrades 

September 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Huawei has now thrown light over its MediaPad M2 tablet successor following the launch of the new smartphones under the Nova series. At IFA 106, the company has debuted the all new MediaPad M3 that arrives with beefy upgrades including a bettered display and fine refinements for the audio department.

The display of the MediaPad has now got bigger in the M3 with a screen that measures 8.4-inches in size. Huawei has also packed better resolution for the bigger display, and the MediaPad M3 comes with a QHD resolution of 2560×1600 pixels. Similar to the Nova smartphones, the MediaPad M3 also features an aluminum metal design, alongside adding a fingerprint sensor to the front of the tablet.

Under the hood is an octa-core Kirin 950 chipset that runs 4 Cortex A72 cores at 2.3GHz, and 4 cortex A53 cores at 1.8GHz. Users won’t experience a trouble in multi-tasking, as the MediaPad M3 is accompanied by a RAM of 4GB. 32GB is what you get as inbuilt storage, while this can be expanded to up to 256GB using the dedicated microSD slot. It also packs a beefy battery of 5100 mAh.


With 8MP front and rear camera sensors, MediaPad M3 hasn’t put much interest in revamping the camera segment. Instead, the attention has been paid in boosting the audio quality, which has resulted in the inclusion of the Harman Kardon technology for a better audio experience with the speakers that are packed on either sides of the front face vertically.

MediaPad M3 will be hitting the markets by September end at a price of €349 in Europe. Huawei will also have additional options made available that include LTE connectivity and an extra 32GB inbuilt storage upgrade for €50 each.

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