Earlier this month, we wrote that Huawei is working on a flagship tablet, the MatePad Pro 2. Now, new details about the device have appeared on the network.
The machine with model number WGR-AN19 has passed the Chinese TENAA certification. There are no specifications and images of the tablet in the database yet, but the description says that the device will come with the proprietary HarmonyOS operating system. It seems that not only the Huawei P50 line of smartphones will receive it out of the box. By the way, the stable version of HarmonyOS should be released next month.
Recall, if you believe the leaks, Huawei MatePad Pro 2 will run on the flagship processor Kirin 9000. In addition, the tablet is credited with a Samsung AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2K, a 66W fast-charging battery, and support for the proprietary M-Pen stylus. There is no information yet on when the device will be announced.