Follow the latest photos by famous leaker Evan Blass (also known as nicknames evleaks) Share, Huawei is about to launch a new tablet model called MatePad Pro. The highlight of MatePad Pro is that it has copied some outstanding features of rival iPad Pro and even a few Samsung smartphones.
The image shows that MatePad Pro will support the pen and keyboard accessory which looks very similar to the iPad Pro. Specifically, the MatePad Pro's keyboard looks like Apple's Smart Keyboard Folio, and the pen is like a copy of the Apple Pencil. Via another leaked image from the page 91Mobile, Users can even charge the MatePad Pro's pen by placing it on the top of the device, just like the Apple Pencil charges on the new generation of iPad Pro.
The screen of MatePad Pro is rounded with four edges and has a relatively thin border, but at the corner there is the appearance of a "mole" like Samsung smartphones like Galaxy S10 or Note 10. If the picture leaked is true, MatePad Pro will be the first tablet with a perforated screen design.
There is currently no information leaked about the configuration of MatePad Pro. However, this is likely to be Huawei's most advanced tablet, not excluding the possibility that MatePad Pro will be equipped with the Kirin 990 chip like Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro.
Another thing that we cannot be sure of in MatePad Pro is whether it is equipped with Google services or not. If the U.S. ban on Huawei remains in place until the launch of MatePad Pro, the opportunity for this tablet to integrate Google services such as Gmail, Youtube, Google Maps and especially the Play Store will almost equal to 0.
Earlier, the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro smartphones were also launched and sold in certain markets without Google. Instead, Huawei uses its own service, Huawei Mobile Services and the AppGallery app store.