An increasingly serious selection is evolving from interpretable-powered Android tablets, to which Honor is now contributing. After the Magic3 and X20, the Pad V7 Pro was introduced today, with a 6-nanometer chipset with the same performance as the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 set. The Companion 1300T supports a 120 Hz display and a 5G data connection, which is also used by Honor’s 11-inch tablet running Android 11.
The 1600 x 2560 pixel panel also comes with a new Magic Pencil with 4096 level pressure sensitivity and an 8-millisecond delay. For the Magic Pencil 2, a touchpad has created separate storage space in the magnetic keyboard case. Like the Xiaomi Pad 5 Pro, there are two cameras on the back, while Honor dreamed of a 2-megapixel depth sensor next to the 13-megapixel main camera. The front camera’s resolution was not detailed, but the maximum resolution of the video was, which is FHD.
The gold and blue versions were, in principle, given a faux leather backing.
The operating time is provided by a 7250 mAh battery, which can be charged with 22.5 watts of power via a Type-C connector, and four DTS transmits the sound: X Ultra-rated multimedia speakers. The tablet can only be selected with a WiFi modem (WiFi 6) with a memory allocation of 6/128 GB, 8/128 GB or 8/256 GB, or in a 5G-capable version with 8/256 GB memory. The basic WiFi model costs 120 yuan, equivalent to yuan, while 5G has to pay 170 thousand forints of local money. There was no international distribution, but it will be done on board with Google services if they leave China.