Rumor | The Huawei Watch3 and 3 Pro will debut in May 2021, whereas the MatePad 2 Pro will launch in June
Huawei's latest tablet launch - held on April 20, 2021, the same day on which Apple debuted the new, M1-powered iPad Pro - introduced the MatePad T10 and Kirin 820-powered, Wi-Fi 6-enabled MatePad refresh to the Japanese market. The latest leaks suggest that the OEM's next tablet launch is to be held in its native China instead.
According to the Weibo-based tipster Digital Changan King, this event will be held to unveil a succesor to the MatePad Pro. The putative high-end slate is said to launch with HarmonyOS out of the box, and may have up to 12.6-inch AMOLED displays with 120Hz refresh rates. Its putative variants may also join an increasingly large pool of devices clamoring for rapidly-dwindling supplies of the Kirin 9000 processor.
This probably pricey tablet is now said to launch on June 2, 2021. Meanwhile, Huawei is allegedly gearing up for an earlier launch for the latest generation of its flagship Watch. This wearable is also thought to be a premium device that might even support eSIMs for stand-alone connectivity. Furthermore, Digital Changan King asserts that it is to get a Pro variant in 2021.