Huawei's Richard Yu has unveiled a new 10-inch tablet, called the MediaPad 10FHD, that comes with the same quad core application processor as its Ascend D1 Quad smartphone that it announced at the same event today in Barcelona.
The announcement was made towards the end as a sweetener by the chairman of Huawei Devices. This MediaPad tablet 10FHD comes with a full HD capacitive display, the second one after Acer's Iconia A700 to come with such a high resolution.
In comparison, the Apple iPad 2 has a 1024x768 pixels display and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, a 1280x800 pixels one. However, both companies are almost certainly going to match or even surpass the full HD barrier with their next generation tablet.
As for the Huawei Mediapad 10FHD tablet, it has an eight megapixel camera (possibly the same BSI model as its smaller sibling), a microSD card slot, a 3G SIM card slot and a front facing camera.
The tablet is surprisingly thin and lightweight and will reportedly run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich at launch. Huawei didn't announce any formal launch date or pricing. Check the pictures of the Huawei Mediapad 10 below.