According to a new report from 91Mobiles, Huawei is working on a new tablet with the codename Marx. The publication has posted alleged render images of the tablet. And these renders show that the tablet has a magnetic keyboard and an M-Pen stylus, just like the MediaPad M6. Therefore, Marx is expected to be the successor of the MediaPad M6 and is said to be called the MediaPad M7. If these renders are to be believed, the MediaPad M7 has a punch-hole display, making it the first tablet to have one. The report also reveals quite a few key aspects of the device. Let us have a look.
Huawei MediaPad M7 Leaked Renders
The first thing you’ll notice in these renders is that MediaPad M7 has extremely thin bezels around the display. And it justifies why Huawei opted to go for a punch-hole design, rather than going with the traditional camera placement. Speaking of which, the punch-hole is located to the top-left corner, which is a sensible positioning, as it looks less intrusive. Unfortunately, there is still no information regarding the display size.
As I said earlier, these renders show that the tablet has a detachable, magnetic mounting keyboard. And it will most probably be sold separately as an accessory. Although the renders suggest that the tablet will come with a stylus, there isn’t a slot in the device to store it. This indicates that the stylus will have a magnetic mounting mechanism to attach to the outer shell of the tablet – just like we’ve seen with the Samsung Tab S6.
If these renders are to be believed, the MediaPad M7 has a dual-camera setup at the rear. Currently, we don’t know what the second camera is for. However, in my opinion, it could be an ultrawide sensor, or maybe a depth sensor. Furthermore, these renders reveal that the MediaPad M7 has stereo speakers and a USB Type-C port. There doesn’t seem to be a 3.5mm audio jack. So, you will have to depend on adapters or wireless earphones.
There is still no information regarding the processor, RAM, storage, battery capacity, and wireless connectivity options of the device. However, considering that the MediaPad M6 came with flagship-grade hardware, you can expect the MediaPad M7 to feature flagship hardware as well.