Huawei MatePad Pro 2: an apparently official poster hypes the tablet's design and new UI ahead of its launch
A Weibo user has posted a photo of what looks like a real-life poster for the Huawei MatePad Pro 2, despite the fact this tablet will not be revealed in full until tomorrow (June 2, 2021). It depicts a slate that could indeed have the ~12-inch form-factor predicted for the upcoming device, and suggests that it will come in either black or an almost khaki-like green.
The alleged teaser (which also seems to support M-Pen compatibility in the new slate's display) may also contain a preview of the Pro 2's long-hyped HarmonyOS-based desktop, Mac-inspired dual dock hinted at in earlier leaks and all. The new UI also now seems to have scope for numerous handy widgets.
Given that 1 of those shown in the new "poster" seems to be for call management, this might confirm projections that the MatePad Pro 2 comes with the option of 5G connectivity. Finally, the tablet might be about equal to its predecessor in terms of bezels, but does have a new, rectangular camera hump. Then again, the number of lenses involved is difficult to make out in this new leak.