It looks as though the Huawei Honor tablet has just hit the market, although that would be in Malaysia as reported by SoyaCincau. I would not want to make use of the Huawei Honor tablet as my primary telecommunications device though, as the 8” slate is going to be far too large and awkward looking to hold up against the ear as compared to a regular smartphone or even a phablet, leaving a hands-free kit to be the most convenient method of doing so. Pre-orders for the Huawei Honor tablet will kick off today in Malaysia, where it is price at roughly $184 after conversion, and the actual device launch itself is tipped to happen this coming October 16th.
The Huawei Honor tablet, as mentioned earlier, will feature an 8” IPS display that carries a resolution count of 1,280 x 800 pixels. You will find a quad-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 processor running proceedings from within, alongside 1GB RAM and 16GB of internal memory. There will be a 5MP shooter located at the back of the device, while a VGA camera is right there in front of it for selfies – which is paltry in comparison to what we have seen in this day and age concerning selfie devices.
A 4,800mAh battery keeps the Huawei Honor tablet running, and it sports 3G HSPA+ connectivity that can run up to 42Mbps.