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Huawei's MediaPad joins AT&T's '4G' army, pauses to rethink possible

Brian Heater
February 2, 2012
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Ready to rethink possible, tablet-style? AT&T announced today that it'll be getting its 4G (well, HSPA+, that is) paws on Huawei's MediaPad, roughly half a year after the Android tablet made its debut. The seven-incher offers up a 1.2GHz dual-core processor courtesy of Qualcomm, front and rear facing cameras and Honeycomb, with ICS still on the horizon. It'll arrive on the carrier tomorrow for "varying price points." Press release after the jump.

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Huawei's MediaPad Added to AT&T 4G Tablet Lineup

PLANO, Texas, Feb. 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Huawei today announced that its Huawei MediaPad will be connected to the AT&T network. The portable tablet delivers a premium user experience at an attractive price point, designed to meet the needs of AT&T's enterprise customers and consumers.

Key Facts

Beginning February 3, the MediaPad will be available to AT&T's enterprise users at varying price points depending on the business account.
The MediaPad is a feature-rich tablet that provides a premium user experience at an affordable price. This Android™-powered tablet is optimized for AT&T's 4G*network for video viewing, web browsing and all around experience at an affordable price.
The MediaPad includes a 7" IPS multi-touch display and Android™ 3.2 (Honeycomb) operating system.

Device Specs and Key Features

7" IPS multi-touch display at 1280x800 resolution
Android™ 3.2 (Honeycomb) operating system
1.2 Ghz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor
5MP rear-facing and 1.3MP front-facing camera with 4X zoom and AF
1080p HD video recording and playback
Wi-Fi with AT&T Hotspots
7.61" x 4.71" x .41" dimensions at 14.08oz

"We're committed to working with AT&T to create influential devices that will provide consumers the best experience on AT&T's networks," said Cui Jiangao, President of Huawei Device USA.



















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