We can already find the latest economic-range tablet from Honor in Chinese stores, until last November a Huawei brand, the Honor Pad 7.
A tablet with a 10.1-inch screen that abandons the Kirin Chips and adopts a mid-range Mediatek such as the G80, a Chip with optimizations for games. The specifications and design of this tablet do not stand out in particular and in fact it could pass as another Chinese tablet if it were not for the high price it has today, although it is foreseeable that it will drop significantly in the short term. At the moment we have only found the version with Wi-Fi for sale, although there is another that includes a 4G-Lte modem, although its price makes it less attractive.
SoC, RAM and storage
The Honor Pad 7 includes a Helio G80 SoC, an Octa Core with 4 ARM Cortex-A75 processors capable of reaching 2GHz and 4 ARM Cortex-A55 that reach a maximum speed of 1.8 GHz. The GPU is an ARM MALI-G53 2EEMC2 with a maximum frequency of 950 Hz. The RAM is 4 GB and for storage we have versions with 64 and 128 GB, although we have the option of expanding it with the included micro SD card reader.
Display and other specifications
The screen of the Honor Pad 7 is a 10.1-inch IPS with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels that includes a 5MP webcam with microphone that complements the 2MP rear. We also have Wi-Fi connectivity aC, Bluetooth 5.1, GPS and a 5100 mha battery.
As an operating system we have the Magic UI 4.0 based on multi-language Android 10, as a connector we have a single USB Type-C port and the audio speaker includes a pair of speakers inside its chassis.
Price and availability
- The new Honor Pad 7 can be purchased in the Banggood.com online store from $304 with shipping included in its version with 64 GB of storage memory.