Unveiling The Huawei Honor Pad 2 Tablet

Huawei Honor Pad 2

At the recent launch event of Huawei, the Chinese company released the latest addition to the Honor sub-brand, the Honor Pad 2 tablet. Sporting an impressive array of features, this tablet is a worth checking out.

Fitted with a full HD IPS touchscreen display of 8 inches, with a screen resolution of 1200 pixels by 1920 pixels. This should provide an enjoyable video watching experience, with crisp and clear images. The Honor Pad 2 is powered by a Snapdragon 616 octa-core processor that runs at a speed of 1.5GHz and 3GB of RAM.

While this is not nearly the most advanced processor available, the device should run smoothly and even allow some heavier multi-tasking. There is also an Adreno 405 GPU (graphics processing unit) inbuilt, which allows users to play heavier Android games such as Asphalt 8, albeit with slight lag. This tablet comes with Android v6.2 Marshmallow pre-installed.

The primary camera of this tablet is of 8MP and has an LED flash placed beside it on the rear. This is supplemented by a front camera of 2MP, which should allow users to make voice calls with a reasonable video quality.

Housing a battery that has a capacity of 4800mAh, the Honor Pad 2 should offer a battery life that lasts roughly around 2 days easily with regular usage. It has been fitted with a storage capacity of 32GB and is expandable up to 256GB using an external microSD card. This device has a number of connectivity options including WiFi, 4G, GPS and Bluetooth. It also includes a number of sensors like a Proximity Sensor, an Accelerometer and a Compass. Users can choose from two colour options, white or gold.

The Honor Pad 2 is available for Rs. 12,900 with only WiFi connectivity, or with 4G connectivity for Rs. 14,800. If you are looking for a tablet with a large HD screen, good features and a mid-range price, the Honor Pad 2 is a good choice. Though the device is currently only being sold in China, you can expect it to launch online in India very soon.

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by techtalks @TechTalks November 25, 2016 9:48 AM UTC

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