While the Qualcomm Snapdragon 425-powered, 8-inch MediaPad T3 comes with Nougat and up to 3 GB RAM/32 GB storage, the cheaper MediaPad T3 7 uses the MediaTek MT8127 chipset and has lower specs overall, also coming loaded with Marshmallow.
In most cases, new tablets are no longer big news these days, so most companies still hanging on to this category of products simply add new slates to their portfolio without much fanfare. Huawei is such a brand, its MediaPad T3 and MediaPad T3 7 being silently added to the company's official website.
Although both tablets are not even getting close to the high-end sector of the market, one of them comes with Android Nougat, both being expected to have attractive prices. These are their highlights:
MediaPad T3 - Qualcomm Snapdragon 425, 8-inch with 1,280X800 pixels, 2 GB/16 GB or 3 GB/32 GB variants, WiFi or LTE, 2 MP/5 MP, 4,800 mAh, Android Nougat
MediaPad T3 7 - MediaTek MT8127, 7-inch with 1,024X600 pixels, 1 GB/8 GB or 2 GB/16 GB variants, 2 MP/2 MP, 3,100 mAh, Android Marshmallow
Both tablets mentioned above feature an aluminum body, and their operating systems comes with Huawei's EMUI on top. The prices should start around $138 USD for the T3 7 and $235 USD for the T3, according to Android Authority.
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