●CPU – 1.8 GHz Octa-core processor
●RAM – Included 2GB
●RAM – Upgradeable
●Storage – Drive Size 16GB
●Storage- Drive Type
●Display – Size 8.4
●Display Resolution – 1200 x 600
● Bluetooth – Yes
● OS Android – 6.0 featuring EMUI 4.1
●Camera Resolution – 8MP
●Ports 3.5mm audio jack
●Ports – microUSB USB Ports
●Size – 8.4 x 4.9 x 0.3 inches
●Weight – 11.35 ounces
The Huawei MediaPad M3 should wow users with its fast speed, high-res display and powerful speakers. The device costs more than most Android tablets, but you get what you pay for. Overall, the MediaPad M3 is an attractive option for Android users looking for a high-performing tablet with a beautiful design. It has Fast overall speed, Crisp, bright screen, Excellent audio and pack-in earbud High price, Awkward navigation key. The Huawei MediaPad M3 is a mid-size LTE-enabled Android tablet with solid general performance, excellent audio and a bright display, but it carries a high price. The 8.4-inch MediaPad M3’s light-gold-colored aluminum shell looks and feels great. From its offset camera section at the top to its subtle antennae lines, it bears a strong resemblance to HTC’s attractive One M smartphones. The MediaPad M3’s vibrating capacitive-touch home button features a fingerprint reader and sits flush with the tablet. The tablet’s 8-megapixel front camera sits in the middle of its top bezel, while its 8-MP rear camera is off to the right on the back of the slate. Weighing 11.35 ounces and measuring 0.3 inches thick. Huawei placed the MediaPad M3’s headphone jack along the top edge, while it seated the mini USB 2.0 port and SIM tray on the bottom edge.
The MediaPad M3’s 8.4-inch, 2560 x 1600 panel produces accurate color and sharp detail.
The tablet’s display offers two modes: Vivid (its default setting) and Normal (accessible in the Settings app under Display). Keep it set to Vivid, which offers decent color, unless you want a yellow-tinted panel, which is what Normal gives you.
Those who believe limiting their exposure to blue light improves their ability to fall asleep can access a warmer display preset called Eye Protection from the settings half of the pull-down menu. The MediaPad M3’s screen covers 123 percent of the sRGB spectrum. The MediaPad M3 emits a maximum of 427 nits (a measure of brightness).
Huawei developed the MediaPad M3 in a partnership with hi- fi audio firm Harmon Kardon, and it thrives from that collaboration. Its top and bottom speaker filled a large conference room.
The included H300 earbuds by AKG sweeten the deal, providing equally clear and strong sound. The buds come with three pairs of tips, for small, medium and large ear canals.
OPERATING SYSTEM AND SOFTWARE
The MediaPad M3 features Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but you wouldn’t know it, as Huawei’s EMUI skin completely dominates the interface. You’ll notice this at first on the lock screen, which presents the date, time and a message in Chinese in the bottom left corner. Huawei said this issue will be fixed in the final, shipping version of the tablet.
The MediaPad M3’s fingerprint reader takes much time to register a print as most devices and responded speedily digits when unlocking the screen. EMUI’s interface also tweaks the slide-down menu, splitting it between notifications and shortcuts. This feels like more of a decision done to differentiate from stock Android rather than to offer an improvement, as both screens feel incomplete. Harassment Filter lets you set up call and messaging blocking with keyword-based rules and blacklisted numbers.
It is powered by a Hisilicon Kirin 950 processor and 4GB RAM, the MediaPad M3 is one powerful slate.
The MediaPad M3 stayed speedy to multitasking, loading Slack, Pocket, YouTube and Fenix without pauses.
The MediaPad M3 earned a mighty score of 6,023 on the
Geekbench 3 general performance test.
The MediaPad M3s comes with 8-megapixel front and back cameras; the selfie camera starts off on Beauty Mode, set at 5 out of 10.
The tablet lasted 8 hours and 40 minutes When the MediaPad M3 with the Laptop Mag Battery Test.
PRICING & AVAILABILITY
The entry-level MediaPad M3 offers 32GB of storage, 4GB of RAM and Wi-Fi-only connectivity. Currently, the MediaPad M3 was released on Sept. 26 in 14 countries, including China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain and the United Kingdom, but not the United States.