Huawei MatePad Pro 2 release date leaked

Huawei launched its first Mate series tablet, the MatePad Pro, in May last year. Powered by the Kirin 990 chipset, this tablet also came with a 2K resolution display. Now Huawei is about to announce the newest member of the Mate series. Because the leaked information reveals the release date of the MatePad Pro 2.

A lot of information about Huawei MatePad Pro 2 has appeared so far. For example, the future of this tablet with Harmony OS has been seen in several videos. At the same time, the OLED panel will be included on the screen side, leaked in various media. Now important information has emerged about the release date of the tablet.

Huawei MatePad Pro will arrive on June 2

Huawei will unveil its new flagship tablet, the MatePad Pro 2, on June 2, according to Chinese sources. This will probably come with a launch that will take place after the Huawei P50 series.

In terms of specification, Huawei MatePad Pro 2; Kirin will be powered by a 9000 processor. Based on a 5 nm processing process, this chipset also offers a high-end experience in performance. In addition to the processor, there will be two different models of this tablet. One will come with a Samsung OLED display with a resolution of 12.6 inches, while the other will come with a Huaxing display. It is also worth noting that Huaxingi is a display brand located in China.

Huawei’s new MatePad tablet, on the other hand, will come with the Harmony OS operating system. But this interface will be called Pad OS and will be supported with different features than mobile. For example, there will be a pair of Mac-like Dock bar systems. This will also make the tablet’s connection between PC and mobile more powerful.

The Harmony OS operating system will soon completely replace Android. All supported models of Huawei will switch to a different operating system after a few months. However, it is not known at this time how the company will find a solution against Google applications. Although HMS services are said to be the solution, there is no certainty about exactly what users will do to use Google apps. But over time, all the details will become clear.

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