Honor Pad 7 includes features such as an eight-core Helio G80 chipset, a 5.100 mAh battery and LTE support.
Separated from Chinese technology manufacturer Huawei and established its own brand HonorPad 7, which is the continuation model of Pad 6. announced. 10.1 inch AMOLED screen 1080 x 1920 pixels Offering resolution, the panel comes with a low blue light certification approved by TÜV Rheinland. With 80% screen / body ratio, Pad 7 aims to protect the eye health of the users.
MediaTek production 12 nm Helio G80 The tablet, powered by the chipset, is accompanied by 4 2.0GHz Cortex-A75 and 4 1.8GHz Cortex-A55 processor cores. In addition to 4GB LPDDR4x memory and 64GB / 128GB storage options, the device allows the use of a microSDXC memory card, and can be expanded up to 512 GB. In addition, the device, which includes an ARM-based Mali-G52 MC2 graphics chip unit, uses an eMMC 5.1 embedded memory system consisting of both memory and memory controller.
Honor Pad 7 stands out with octa-core Helio G80 chipset
The device has auto focus support 5 MP resolution rear camera and 2 MP It comes with a dual camera setup consisting of a front camera in resolution. In addition to the sensors on the phone, on the tablet that supports connection solutions such as Wi-Fi 802.11 ac (2.4 / 5 GHz) and Bluetooth 5.1, 5.100 mAh has a capacity battery. The device that comes out of the box with black and blue color options, Android 10 based on Magic UI 4.0 running the operating system.
The prices of Honor Pad 7, which will be available on March 26, depending on the memory and capacity, are as follows:
- Pad 7 4GB RAM + 64GB Depolama (Wi-Fi): 215$
- Pad 7 4GB RAM + 128GB Depolama (Wi-Fi): 261$
- Pad 7 4GB RAM + 64GB Depolama (Wi-Fi + LTE): 246$
- Pad 7 4GB RAM + 128GB Depolama (Wi-Fi + LTE): 292$
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