July 2, 2020

Camera Test on Huawei MatePad Pro

Tablets have become the third type of devices other than PC and smartphones, but as the PC becomes lighter and thinner and smartphones become larger and larger screens, the living space of tablets becomes narrower and narrower. This round, Huawei continues to take the tablet-making business seriously and launch their latest Huawei Matepad Pro.

Huawei Matepad Pro Highlight

Processor - HiSilicon Kirin 990 (2x Cortex-A76 Based @2.86 GHz, 2 x Cortex-A76 Based @2.09 GHz, and 4 x Cortex-A55 Based @1.86 GHz)
Operating System - EMUI 10.0.1 (based on Android 10.0)
Resolution - 2560 x 1600 Pixels (WQXGA)
Screen Material - IPS
Internal Storage (ROM) - 256 GB
RAM - 8 GB
Expandable Storage - Up to 256 GB
Supported Memory Card - NM Memory Card
Battery Capacity - 7250 mAh
Front Camera - 8 MP camera with F2.0 autofocus
Rear Camera - 13 MP camera with F1.8 autofocus
Charging Port - USB Type-C
Colour - Midnight Grey, Pearl White

Camera Test

The cameras on the Huawei MatePad Pro are capable and can snap a reasonable photo in a pinch if you don’t have access to your smartphone. The rear camera is a 13MP lens with support for flash and phase focusing. Over on the front, the punch hole camera is an 8MP fixed focal length lens that performs well for face unlocking and HD video conferencing as well as snapping decent selfies if the lighting is right.


The selfie camera fares better in terms of quality, but because the punch-hole is off-center it’s incredibly awkward to take a shot face-on or keep your feed central on a video call no matter the screen orientation.

If you are looking for a very capable tablet then the Huawei MatePad Pro is one of the best Android tablets you can buy today. The Huawei MatePad Pro is compact build, have a gorgeous display, and also give useful productivity features make the Huawei MatePad Pro stand out amidst all Android tablets sold in the market today. To read more on Huawei MatePad Pro Reviews, here and Huawei MatePad Pro Tips and Tricks, here.

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