The Huawei MediaPad 10 Link is another tablet from Huawei that has gone through the tests over at the FCC, and it seems to have passed with flying colors, which would mean it ought to accompany the MediaPad 7 Youth pretty soon. What does the MediaPad 10 Link bring to the table? This Android-powered device would carry a 10” display at 1,280 x 800 pixel resolution, running on an 1.2GHz ARM Cortex-A9 quad-core processor, accompanied by 1GB RAM, and has up to 32GB of internal memory.
It was first paraded in January earlier this year before hitting the FCC not too long after, but somehow or rather, the device did not make an appearance on US store shelves. Perhaps second time’s the charm, and a second variant of the MediaPad 10 Link has arrived at the FCC this week, carrying an FCC ID of QISS10-201L which is different from the first model with the FCC ID QISS10-201WA. Some say that the new model would come with a cellular radio, but we do know that the 6,400mAh battery has been retained.
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