HUAWEI MediaPad M2 10 is a 10.1-inch tablet that incorporates a HiSilicon octa-core processor. With a light metal unibody and 7.35 mm design, the M2 10 is stylish and easy to carry. The M2 10 has an IPS screen with a resolution of 1920 × 1200 pixels. With support for high-speed network connections, 1080p full HD video playback, Office, and GPS, BDS positioning and navigation, the M2 10 is a smart assistant of life entertainment. The M2 10 creatively comes with four large-power speakers at different frequencies. With Harman Kardon audio adjustment technology and Huawei's super wide sound (SWS) 2.0 technology, the M2 10 delivers the superior audio experience. The M2 10 runs on Huawei's unique Emotion UI 3.1 based on the Google Android 5.1 (Lollipop) operating system. The MediaPad M2 10.0 raises the bar for high-end tablet cameras, giving you the chance to capture the photos you’ve always wanted. The 13MP rear camera with F2.0 large-diaphragm lens, intelligent image processing engine and blue glass filter lets you take amazing pictures, even in low-light conditions. It supports All-focus, Panorama, HDR, time-lapse photography, and more. The 5MP front camera has an 88-degree ultra-wide angle lens that makes video calling more dynamic and more fun.
There are two different MediaPad M2 designs. One has an 8-inch screen and, as we’ve mentioned, this one sports a 10-inch display. It’s a pretty sizeable tablet, one that’s been designed to be held landscape with two hands, rather than on its side with one. If you want something on which to read articles on your commute to work, say, then you’d be better opting for an iPad mini or a smaller Android tablet.
The MediaPad M2 10’s build is similar to that of several phones and the first MediaPad tablets. It has a metal rear, with a strip of plastic at the top that provides room for the antennas to breathe.
With a thickness of 7.3mm, weighing 492g and with fairly trim screen borders, the MediaPad M2 10 looks like a modern, if not all that interesting, tablet. It’s a little too heavy to use one-handed for any length of time, and in general I find widescreen tablets that bit more awkward than 4:3 models.