Huawei MatePad Pro will support M Pen and with HarmonyOS

According to what was reported by Huawei’s Weibo account, it seems that the company will release the Huawei MatePad Pro with support for the M Pen and with HarmonyOS.

Based on rumors leaked a few hours ago from Huawei’s Weibo account, we know that the MatePad Pro tablet will have support for HarmonyOS and the M Pen and will debut on June 2.

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Huawei MatePad Pro: everything you need to know

On June 2, the Chinese OEM will unveil the latest version of HarmonyOS , which will be made available for a wide range of Huawei devices in the near future. The company confirmed yesterday that the brand new Watch 3 will have the new proprietary operating system and will also be made official on June 2. New information reveals that a new MatePad Pro tablet will also become official during the event.

The teaser released by the brand suggests that its next tablet will be equipped with an M Pen stylus . The company hasn’t shared any information about the tablet’s specifications. Rumors surrounding the tablet claim that it could debut on the market with the MatePad Pro 2 moniker.

Reports revealed that the terminal, which is said to be codenamed Wanger, will hit the Chinese market with 12.2-inch and 12.6-inch screens. The device is likely to be powered by the 5nm Kirin 9000 chipset.

In March the laptop was spotted at the TENAA certification site with HarmonyOS. The tablet should work with the latest version of HarmonyOS 2.0. It was recently spotted with 8GB of RAM on the Geekbench benchmark site. Its 3C certification revealed that it could ship with a 40W charger. The other specifications of the tablet are hidden.

As for the Huawei Watch 3, it is expected to offer a revamped user interface with HarmonyOS and may come with third-party app support and contactless payment support. Nonetheless, there may be a cellular variant of the device with e-SIM support.

We look forward to a new news from the Chinese manufacturer; there are very few days left, stay connected with us.

Source: Weibo

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